I have a few Nymphaea micrantha lilies available. They have gorgeous, large red and green speckled foliage and readily produce adventitious plantlets in the leaf margins. Pictured below (top center) is the mother plant from which the plants for sale have been taken.
I have for sale:
Ok, I know this'll be a noob-type ? I just bought a sprouted bulb today at one of our LFSs. It has 8-10 small redish arrow-shaped leaves. Do I plant the entire bulb or leave part of it showing. Never had a bulb plant before so thanks for any guidance.
i have a question about plant bulbs, the kind you get from wallmart and just drop into the tank. i put them in the tank but inside a breeder net with some platy fry so the plants would be closer to the light til they start sprouting .
the platy fry are eating the brown stuff off of the bulbs...
Hello all. I heard that these bulbs carry the nutrients in the bulb and will eventually "die Out" Is this true? Also What can they live in Wpg? Also if they "die out" what substrate would they need like root tabs ect? I feel Sooo Confused right now!
:lol: Hi Everyone!
New to the forum and wanted to say hello!
-I have a question about one of my mail order plants I just recieved. My Red Tiger Lotus was sent to me in a bulb, I have no experiance with bulbs and wanted to know if there was a special way to plant them. There is a little...
Does anyone have expierence with these plants? The leaves are more arrow head shaped than the Red Tiger lotus. They are also much thinner and softer. If so, what i'd like to know is:
1. Do you plant the entire bulb or leave some of it above the substrate?
2. How tall will these plants get?
I was given some bulbs by a friend of my wifes and I aint sure what they are, they are coming up green and red varieties... Lotus's perhaps? Im not so sure they are, anyone know for sure... Im googled out and waiting for that new plant bible I ordered... :lol: