Low Light Aquarium Plants
Posted by Arif on September 16th, 2020
Light in an aquarium is like the sun on planet earth. Sun gives every kind of energy to the earth. With that light, we can see beautiful things around us. In an aquarium light is working for the energy source. And also the stunning look comes from the lightning in the aquarium. Sometimes the lightning level should be adjusted between low to high for the species lives in the tank. So, here we will know about Low Light Aquarium Plants. The entire aqua lover chooses low light plants for them. Let’s know why they choose low light plants.
Useful Low Light Aquarium Plants
Here is a list of low light plants that everyone likes most.
Anubias/Anubias nana petite: This plant is the best choice for low light. It is able to tolerate various kinds of environments and problems. This plant mostly found in West Africa. All the leaves of Anubias are rounded. This plant is suitable for rock and driftwood. The normal growth of this plant will occur in the substrate. However, If you like high lightning then with a simple trick you can use Anubias as well. The trick is to use a floating plant that creates Moss will help the water roof as a shade.
This type of plant is a place for tacking rest for fish like a labyrinth. The leaves cover also help other fish to take cover or for a nap.
Java fern: This plant is mostly like Anubias. But it is not as slow-growing as Anubias. It grows fast if the water condition is so bad. The ideal water condition will control the extra growth of this plant. Is has long leaves that adjust the rooms of the aquarium. The leaves are surrounded by rows of around.
Java fern is more vulnerable than other low light plants for its fast algae contamination. So, keep the water fresh and the pH level stable and ideal.
Peacock moss: This is a moss type plant. It is larger than Christmas moss. The biological shapes of this plant are different from their own species. Another type of moss that discovered yet is Flame Moss, Spiky Moss, Java Moss, Fissiden Moss, and Taiwan Moss.
But Peacock moss is not similar to them. And no extra CO2 fertile process needs for its own growth. The plantation system is also easy when you wanted to stick it with the rock. Glue, thread, and fishing line is a good choice for sticking.
Bucephalandra aquarium plants/Bucephalandra Australia: This plant is a slow rising growth plant. The maximum height of this plant is 5cm. It is a low light plant for the aquarium environment. Bucephalandra Australia doesn’t need much CO2 for its fertilizer system. In addition, this plant comes with three color variations. You can choose between red, green, and dark colors.Also See: Low Light, Aquarium Plants, Light Plants, Light Aquarium, Plants, Plant, Moss
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