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Farmwall Water Plants
Farmwall Water Plants
Farmwall Water Plants
Farmwall Water Plants
Farmwall Water Plants
Farmwall Water Plants
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Farmwall Water Plants

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We have carefully selected the following water plants for your Farmwall Ecosystem Tank. These plants have been chosen as they are long lasting and add benefits to your tank's ecosystem, as well as looking great!

Simply remove the rock wool from your terracotta pots and replace it with gravel or plant the roots directly into your tank's gravel bed. The fish and snails will love the terracotta pots for shelter. 

** These plants are not native to Australia so do not grow them anywhere in an outdoor setting, strictly for your tank only **

Crypts

Crypts are native to Asia and often grow in the shady areas of swamps and creeks. They are hardy, and prefer a neutral ph environment in slightly soft water. Crypts are perfect for a Farmwall as they enjoy the shady environment of your Ecosystem. 

 

Anubias Nana

The Monstera of your fish tank, a hardy and sturdy plant that prefers to grow on your driftwood, or your decorative rock. You can use a rubber band to keep it in place at the start until it has attached its roots. It’s slow growing and as a Monstera you’ll be keeping your eyes out for a new leaf! 

Enchinodorus Bleheri

This beautiful bright green plant is perfect for the back end of your aquarium, to form a lush green curtain. It brings brightness, colour and provides shelter for your fish. This plant is perfect for your Farmwall Ecosystem as it absorbs excess nutrients and it performs well in a shaded, low light tank. The leaves need to be trimmed back regularly. 

Micro Crested Java Fern 

With this micro crested Java Fern you can turn your fish tank into a little fern forest. A beautiful, sturdy fern that prefers to grow on a rock or piece of driftwood. I prefer a low light aquarium and it is pretty hard to kill. These plants will last, and they’ll provide shelter for the fish and a mind calming aquascape for us.