Bunched plants are the most commonly used aquarium plants in a fish tank. When exposed to natural light, these plants grow rapidly in a short period and should be planted in bunches. The trick to sow bunched plants is to place each strand individually in a hole. This plant looks beautiful when bunched together and contributes to the overall aesthetic of the aquarium.

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Wisteria (Hygrophila difformis)
$29.99$79.99
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Scarlet Temple
$16.99$39.99
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Rotala Wallichii
$32.99$99.99
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Parrot Feather (Myriophyllum aquaticum)
$29.99
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Ludwigia Dark Red (Ludwigia repens var Dark Red)
$29.99
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Hygro Blue (Hygrophila salcifolia)
$29.99
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Hornwort (Ceratophyllum demersum)
$29.99
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Bacopa (Bacopa Caroliniana)
$29.99
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Anacharis
$34.99

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