Aponogeton Madagascariensis – small , not just a bulb!
Sold as a small plant or sprouted bulb
Madagascar lace plant (Aponogeton madagascariensis) is a well-known ornamental plant among the aquarium enthusiasts due to its unique lace-like greenish leaves and hardiness. It is an aquatic monocotyledonous perennial plant which belongs to the Aponogetonaceae family under order Alismatales.
It (Aponogeton madagascariensis) was discovered by Dutch Amateur Botanist Heinrich Wilhelm Eduard van Bruggen in 1968. It is listed as “least concern” in the IUCN Red Data Book. This species is endangered in their natural habitat due to pollution, habitat destruction and over-exploitation as aquarium plants.
It is one of the bulb-like excellent aquarium plants which have netted look dark green leaves that make the central focal point in any planted aquarium.
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