Cryptocoryne ‘Pink Flamingo’
$39.99 inc. tax
- Capable of rich deep pink growth
- Perfect as a centre piece plant
- Relatively undemanding
- Tissue Culture Media for this plant has been formulated specifically for New Zealand conditions for the highest possible success of in-tank cultivation
Each tissue culture pot may contain anywhere from 6 – 15 plantlets.
Learn how to grow Cryptocoryne Flamingo with this guide from The 2HR Aquarist.
Cryptocoryne Pink Flamingo
Introducing the Cryptocoryne Flamingo Pink tissue culture plant – a truly unique and mesmerizing addition to any aquarium or planted tank. With its vibrant pink leaves and delicate texture, this plant will add a pop of color and intrigue to your aquatic oasis.
Grown in-vitro the Cryptocoryne Flamingo Pink is carefully propagated in a laboratory to ensure optimal health and vitality. This means you can enjoy a strong and healthy plant that is free from pests and diseases, right from the start.
Cryptocoryne ‘Pink Flamingo’ is a cultivar of Cryptocoryne wendtii. Full sized adult plant leaves are around 10cm long, which makes it great for mid/foreground placement. The leaves are distinctively pink which makes it hard to match in many aquascapes. It does stand out a lot in most aquascapes and works well as tonal contrast to clusters of red plants. This is a slow growing plant that is relatively undemanding. It grows faster, more stable with moderate and above GH levels (4-5dGH and above) even though it can be grown in very softwater as well.
If you’re looking for a one-of-a-kind plant, in-fact the only Pink Aquarium plant in New Zealand to enhance the beauty of your aquarium, the Cryptocoryne Pink Flamingo is the perfect choice. Order now and experience the wonder of this stunning aquatic gem for yourself!
Not all plants are equal. We work really hard to make sure you get the best quality plants at the best prices. What you can expect to receive are as per photos. Plants are snail free, algae free and in great health. Tissue culture plants can vary in quantity and size. Tissue culture plants will continue to grow in their cups until the nutrients within the media is completely exhausted. Store in a cool and clean area if you do not intend to plant immediately. Plant immediately once opened. Please refer to our guide on tissue culture plants.
We recommend the usage of a 2HR Aquarist Fertilizer with all our aquarium plants for the best growth, colouration and plant health.
|10 × 10 × 10 cm