Sri Lanka is home to many kinds of water trumpets, including the Cryptocoryne beckettii. These plants have also been successfully cultivated in aquariums for decades. In the wild they are found in shaded areas near the banks of streams and rivers, where they grow amphibiously above and below the waterline. The color of any submerged leaves varies in shades of green and brown. Different leaf coloration within the same species is typical for Cryptocorynes.
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Fast growing stem plant for the background
In a pot
Combination of two rhizome plants
On wood 28x10x20cm
Brown-red stem plant for the middle ground
Undemanding rosette plant for the middle ground
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