Water Hyacinth and Elodea Crispa – ONE month left…

Last year the European Commission published the Invasive Alien Species Regulation and Water hyacinth (Eichornia crassipes) and Elodea crispa remain on this banned list. The transitional period now has just over four weeks left, meaning you have until the 2nd August 2017 to buy these ever popular pond plants. After this we will no longer be… Read More Water Hyacinth and Elodea Crispa – ONE month left…

Floating plants for Pond & Aquarium

Water Hyacinth Water Hyacinth are a species of South American free-floating aquatic plants usually characterised by their rounded leaves. They remain bouyant thanks to their specially adapted air-filled stems. Hyacinths tend to develop very elaborate, hair like root systems that provide excellent habitats for small invertebrates, fish and amphibians. This factor, along with their efficient… Read More Floating plants for Pond & Aquarium

Otocinclus

Arguably one of the most -if not the most- efficient algae eaters that you could have in a tropical Aquarium. These little guys are quite often underappreciated but stick them in a planted aquarium and watch them go. Experience level: Moderate Max size: 1/2 Inch Minimum Tank Size: 12 gallons (57L) Temperament: Peaceful PH Range:… Read More Otocinclus