Gratiola viscidula originates from Northern America and is relatively new to the aquatic hobby. The somewhat ‘thorny’ appearance of the submersed form makes it very distinct and easily recognizable. It is quite easy to grow and prefers good light. By regular trimming it can be kept very low, almost carpeting, but will also present itself well as a fore/mid-ground cushion-plant.Each stem is approximately 1-2 cm wide and can become 10+ cm tall. The stem willingly branches and spreads giving a very dense appearance to the plant.
…THREE STEPS TO YOUR PERFECT AQUARIUM!
Tissue cultured plants are produced and sealed in cups under sterile conditions and are guaranteed FREE of algae, snails, duckweed, insects and pests. We strongly recommend to plant the plants as soon as you remove them from the cup to prevent potential drying.
Take the plant gently out of the cup and wash the roots from nutrient gel under the tap water.
Cut plant portion into small pieces.
Plant small pieces into the substrate and enjoy in Your new aquarium!