If you’re new to aquarium keeping and looking for easy-to-care-for plants, there are several options that are suitable for beginners. These plants typically require less maintenance and can thrive in a variety of aquarium conditions
Live Terrarium Plants
Greening Your World, One Moss at a Time: Discover the Tranquility of Terrestrial Mosses in Your Terrarium.
Bucephalandra Maestro Blue is highly prized in the aquarium hobby due to its unique and striking appearance. Its vibrant blue leaves can add a pop of color and visual interest to aquascaped tanks. When properly cared for, it can thrive in an aquarium and make a beautiful addition to your underwater environment.
The Anubias Nana 'Petite' is one of the most popular Anubias species. This aquatic plant, like other Anubias, is a fantastic choice for beginners because of its ease of maintenance and its overall resilience. Anubias Nana 'Petite' features the Anubias hallmark lovely green color and is a fantastic choice for filling in gaps and holes in an aquascape arrangement.
ADA Moss Bag - Taxiphyllum sp. 'Spiky Moss' with Magic Moss Cotton is characterized by its upright growth and appearance similar to that of dark green fir trees. It is a fantastic choice for beginner aquarists.
ADA Moss Bag - Vesicularia montagnei 'Christmas Moss' with Magic Moss Cotton: Vesicularia montagnei or Christmas moss is distinguished by its is fir tree branches. It requires trimming to keep its shape attractive.It grows in bushy patches that are always a good hiding place for shrimp and fry.
Live Terrarium Plants
ADA Moss Bag - Taxiphyllum sp 'Peacock Moss' with Magic Moss Cotton is almost like the branch of a fir. It has an intensive dark green color and grows relatively fast for moss.
"Daonoi" is an unusual plant that grows on limestone in fast-flowing rivers in Northwest Thailand. It is a small, highly attractive plant with leaves that are curled and very thin. It is a foreground and midground eyecatcher and very popular in Aquascaping.
Ludwigia repens 'Super red' is a beautiful aquatic trailing plant that can be grown partially or completely submerged in the water. When grown fully immersed, this colored stem plant will produce lobed leaves that range in color from deep green to brownish red to deep crimson.