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Water Lettuce

  • Water Lettuce Bundle of 3


    (21 reviews)

    …peacefully on the water's surface. The white flowers are a fairly insignificant and appear at the base of the leaves. This Water Lettuce for sale is supported by a large number of feathery roots submersed in the water beneath the leaves of the plant. These roots make this water lettuce plant ideal…
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  • Rosette Water Lettuce Bundle of 3


    (5 reviews)

    …Filtration Rosette Water Lettuce or Pistia Rosette is a compact variety of water lettuce pistia with a rosette shape. This plant grows up to 6 inches and has velvety ribbed leaves that range in color from light green to blue green. Like other varieties the Rosette Water Lettuce competes with algae…
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  • Curly Leaf Rosette Water Lettuce Bundle of 3


    (4 reviews)

    …Filtration Curly Leaf Rosette Water Lettuce will compete with algae for nutrients and provide shade and coverage for fish. The velvety ribbed compact leaves are ruffled with light green to blue green colors growing up to 6 inches. Curly Leaf Rosette Water Lettuce is supported by a large number…
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  • Jumbo Water Lettuce

    * Shades & Protects Fish * Grows Up To 12 * Increases Natural Filtration Jumbo Water Lettuce floating plants are much larger than the regular water lettuce. This pale green plant is a fast grower reaching up to 12 in diameter to provide both protection and shade for fish. Making it a great…
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  • …go dormant until spring. For bog plants bring them back up as soon as the ice permanently thaws so they can keep growing. * Floating Plants: Water Lettuce and other floating plants are most susceptible to frost. It is best to treat them like annuals and discard them after the first frost. Luckily…
    …or water lettuce to give your fish the relief they need on a sunny summer day. * Can't Touch This: Herons and other predators use their sight to hunt. Plants provide hiding spaces so your fish can outsmart those pesky birds. * Improved Water Quality: Aquatic plants are like nature's water filter.…
    …the water gets warm. Snails camouflage into the rocks gravel and plants in their surroundings. Though it can be frustrating when they go incognito do not worry. They will still be working hard eating algae and keeping your pond clean. If you really need to see them you can try placing a lettuce leaf…
    …will also want to use a thermometer so you know the water's temperature. Never feed your fish when the water is less than 40°F. At this point they will be in hibernation and they will not be able to digest it. * Seasonal Shifts: For cooler water wheat germ based diets like Spring & Fall Fish…