Dwarf Baby Tears Hemianthus Callitrichoides Java Moss Live Aquarium Plants Freshwater Fish Tank Vitro TC Cup by Greenpro
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- LIVE AQUARIUM PLANT : Dwarf Baby tears, the most popular carpet plant also known as HC, Cuba. The beautiful bright green leaves spreading form foreground in your tank making its popularity increasing day by day.
- IMPROVE WATER CLARITY : Under proper conditions, HC will provide Oxygen bubble which is called perling also, reducing algae growth and enhacing the quality of water in your tank.
- TISSUE CULTURE : also known as vitro plants. With high quality technology facilities and lastest tissue culture laboratory, TC cup from Greenpro grown with sterile process with special gel to ensure to be free from algae, disease, pest and snail.
- BEST QUALITY : With our experience, every plants from Greenpro will be professionally inspected, packed and organized with suitable boxes for all weather conditions to make sure that will retain the freshness and healthiness to our customer hands.
- RINSE! CUT! PLANT! : RINSE them under water and wash out any gel. CUT, divide into small portions. PLANT, ready to grow onto substrate, driftwood, rock etc.
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- You get 1 tissue cup of live Dwarf Baby Tears.
- Approximately diameter size of cup is 2.5 inches.
- Photos are not actual plants you get but they are some sample of our stock.
- It's wonderful for aquarium community. Safe for use with shrimp or aquascaping.
- Plants convert carbon dioxide into oxygen and absorb nutrients from water that are derived from fish waste.
- Your plants are 100% satisfaction guaranteed.
How to work with TC plants.
1. Remove plants from packaging.
2. Rinse and wash the gel under clean water.
3. Divide into small portion usually 8+.
4. Plant directly onto your substrate. You may use tweezers to make the process easier as they are small and delicate plants.
For those of you who never tried TC plants from Greenpro, here are some things we would like to say
Tissue Culture plants are not like others. They are grown in high technology lab in sterile process which is free from disease, algae, snails and other pests. They adapt well in vary aquarium conditions meaning that unlike others, TC plant is better adapt to its new growing environment. You will get many plants in a cup. Each cup can be separated into several portions. Shipping and storing advantage, as they come with sterile cup, these cup can be kept for weeks with proper conditions before you need to use. (however the sooner the better)
Please feel free to send us the message, we are happy to answer any questions regarding to our products or aquascaping.
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I washed off some of the gel but I didn't go crazy trying to get it all off because I didn't want to do damage to the shape. Then I just shoved it down into the gravel and put a bit of rocks around the edges to keep it down.
My Betta and Inca Snail love it so that's a plus.
Every plant I received had snails in the roots. You'll need to take them out one by one. I would rate this plant higher if the seller advised that snails would be in the roots so I would take precautions.
I opened the package that contains this lil' plant and the plants look fresh and healthy. (see the pictures). It is really nice and green. I am planing to put it into my fish tank with the one that I previously ordered. Everything looks great and I would recommend for everyone that is looking for buying these lil' nice and wonderful plants.
The only slight downside is the gel they use to hydrate it, but it wasn't a problem at all. I just filled a small bowl up with some tank water and pushed most of it off. After pulling apart and planting the rest of the gel came off in the tank. It just took a quick siphon run over to get it all out.
This is by far the best order of aquarium plants I've made.