Stem plant with red leaves that presents different shapes and shades. The upper part of the leaf can vary from sage green to brown, while the lower surface is purple-red. A good iron bridge intensifies the color red. It's easy to grow the plant in proper conditions that include intense illumination and quality substrate, rich in iron. In large aquariums, plant it in small groups spaced around the center of the aquarium. The red leaves make it a central specimen.
Commonly available plant, similar to grass that varies in height depending on the light conditions. Intense lighting determines the formation of short plants. Although it is easy to care for, a good fertilization and a lean environment, free of debris, don't allow the plant to die. You can separate dense plants and replant it, encouraging further development.
Foreground plant with an attractive grassy aspect, which, under suitable conditions, spreads along the substrate, creating a carpet appearance. As other leaf thin plants in the foreground, intense light is needed for healthy growth. It's also commercially available as higher varieties, Eleocharis acicularis.
Fissidens SP Mini Moss Aquarium Aquascape Aquatic Plants
A “Mini-Fissidens” from the south of Europe. This moss grows very slowly, forms velvety, deep-green lawns or cushions consisting of short compact shoots. It has not been identified yet, but looks a lot like the European species Fissidens crassipes.