Small floating aquatic fern looking like moss. It is small in size but form large, dense clusters of seedlings. Very useful in the pond, as oxygenating plant and nitrogen-fixing. We recommend a density of 3 clumps of plants per square meter.
Submerged oxygenating aquatic plant that grows mainly in still water or little moves. Develops stems that can reach 1 or 2 m length with countless soft needles. It also offers a great retreat for the fish fry.
Macroalgae looking feathery, up to 40 cm in length. Recommended to re-create natural ponds.
Oxygenating plant suitable for medium to large ponds. It is formed by a thin stem covered with countless leaves. Can live up to 2 m deep and reach 4 m in length.
Aquatic Plant very robust, easy to grow, which is well suited to be grown successfully in each tank. Thanks to its great power is great to be included in oxygenating water basins recently fitted going to steal nutrients to counter the growth of unicellular algae.
Tiny floating aquatic plant that loves the stagnant waters. Useful as a plant for water purification and as food for aquatic animals herbivores and omnivores. It also tolerates slightly polluted waters. Do not fear frost. Autochthonous plant.
oxygenating aquatic plant that lives immersed in water from 30 to 300 cm, the submerged leaves in addition to the filtering function provide refuge for young fish and aquatic insects. We recommend a density of 3 portions per square meter.
Aquatic plant with floating oval leaves green. It should be planted at a depth ranging from 10 cm to 1 meter. Very invasive plant, to be cultivated only in containers or tubs.