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Plant Profile: Red Root Floaters

Jul 24 2020 1 Comment aquarium beginner guide layout/styles low tech paludarium plant profile tips

Plant Profile: Red Root Floaters Family name: Phyllanthaceae Origin: South America Red Root Floaters, or Phyllanthus Fluitans, are a freshwater floating fern plant known in the aquascaping game for their unique look, deep red roots, and easy care. These highly sought-after floaters are known as the “Red Root Floater” because of their remarkable & stunningly red roots. Although Red Root Floaters appear similar to green Salvinia floaters, the leaves are a bit larger and can turn a deep red color. It can also sometimes be misidentified as immature Water Lettuce. These floaters are not difficult to grow in any aquarium....

Plant Profile: Bolbitis Heudelotii Difformis

Jul 03 2020 1 Comment beginner co2 guide low tech plant profile plants tips

Plant Profile: Bolbitis Heudelotii Difformis Family name: Dryopteridaceae If you’re looking for a stable, slow-growing aquarium plant with minimal care, Bolbitis Heudelotii Difformis is the perfect pick. This Bolbitis is unique greenery that will fill the midground or background of your aquascape or fish tank with leafy vibes.  Bolbitis Heudelotii Difformis is also known as the African Water Fern. This bolbitis is an epiphyte found in tropical, shady water sources with strong currents. It is a stable and easy plant to maintain that won’t quickly overrun your tank which makes it loved by aquascaping novices and experts. They are comparable...

Plant Profile: Bacopa Monnieri

Jun 19 2020 0 Comments aquarium beginner layout/styles low tech plant profile plants tips

Plant Profile: Bacopa Monnieri Today we’re featuring one of our favorite low tech stem plants: Bacopa Monnieri (aka Moneywort) Bacopa Monnieri is an eye-catching, bright green stem plant that can grow emersed and submerged. It is naturally found alongside riverbanks, lakes, and other pools of water. It’s actually one of the easiest plants to grow because it requires little attention, making it perfect for beginners. It is a popular stem plant because it will fill a tank’s space with an exuberant accent. If you’re looking for some unique foliage to add some personality to your tank, Bacopa Monnieri is the right...

How to Build Low-Tech Planted Tanks Guide

Nov 16 2016 4 Comments Aquascapes beginner guide low tech

Low-Tech Planted Made Easy Keeping a natural-looking planted aquarium can seem intimidating for newcomers who are just getting their feet wet in the hobby. We here at Buce Plant want to show you that its extremely easy if you’re using the right tools and keeping the right livestock.  There is a wide range of different types of planted aquariums out there; high-tech tanks with high light and CO2, low-tech tanks, biotypes, Dutch style, Iwagumi, nature style, Walstad method, and many more. In this blog post, we will focus mainly on low-tech planted tanks to give beginners a starting point and...

Skull Island Scape - Team Buce Plant x Ultum Nature Systems

Aug 26 2016 3 Comments Aquascapes beginner guide hardscape low tech video

New video in collaboration with Ultum Nature Systems. Awesome Ultra Clear tanks with a very special 45 degree angled glass edge makes these tanks stand out from the rest.   What do you guys think of the scape?