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Growing our Farmed Bucephalandra Collection

Jul 26 2018 1 Comment bucephalandra plants

Ever since the inception of our love affair with this beautiful epiphyte, we have been tirelessly searching for an alternative to wild harvested Buce. In order to ensure the survival of this beautiful species, we have teamed up with a network of reputable nurseries that share our vision.  We are proud to present Buce Plant's Farmed Buce. This collection of farmed Bucephalandra is the result of years of research combined with tedious trial and error. The process began in a tissue culture lab, where the plant had to be stabilized into a growing colony. This process takes years of development...

Everything You Need To Know About Carpeting Aquarium Plants

Jun 25 2018 2 Comments beginner guest blog plants tips

Carpeting Aquarium Plants Carpeting plants can seem daunting for new aquascapers. As I contemplated entering the planted aquarium hobby, I was fairly confident that I’d have success growing easy stem plants, but I was much less sure of my ability to grow carpeting plants: the smaller, “ground cover” plants that form a dense mat over the foreground of a tank. As it turns out, there was little need for me to worry. Part of the misconception that achieving a dense carpet is best left to the pros ultimately boils down to poor plant choice. In fact, with the right plant...

Bucephalandra Gallery :)

Dec 06 2016 1 Comment bucephalandra plants

As you know there are many different trade names for bucephalandra out there. Although it is widely accepted that there only about a dozen different kinds, the trade names help in identifying who the collector was as well as where the specimen was found. Here at buceplant.com we have teamed up with eco-friendly suppliers who not only grow their bucephalandra out in farms, but are working towards finding more exotic aquatic plant species that haven't been seen in the hobby yet.  Check out the gallery below for some of the most beautiful specimens that we have in our collections. Note...

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