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Salvinia (Salvinia Rotundifolia Minima)

$6.95 - $77.95
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Minimum Lighting Required: Low to Moderate

Temperature Range: 64-84 °F

Tank Placement: Floating

Salvinia originates from South and Central America.  It is a fast growing, floating plant that does not have any special requirements.  It produces small oval leaves and is highly adaptable so it can be used in most aquariums to provide cover and shade for surface-dwelling fish and to remove excess nutrients from the water column.  

Reviews (7)

  • 5

    Posted by Poop on 22 Oct 2020


  • 5

    Posted by Kim Nicolosi on 12 Sep 2020

    Fish love the cover plants came in quickly and in great condition.

  • 4
    Pretty little floaters

    Posted by Rachel Bond on 7 Jul 2020

    I do love the look of these plants, the ones I recieved are alive, and seemingly healthy but do not look quite like the picture... Mine came a little brown, perhaps from shipping (?) And the leaves are closed up a bit, like a venus fly trap. I'm sure with a little time they will color back up and open but only time will tell, if anything they will split and grow new plants. Quite happy as I got a bunch of them even from the smallest package I had to split it between quite a few tanks.

  • 5

    Posted by james e richard on 11 May 2020

    very happy with purchase

  • 5
    Salvinia Rotundifolia Minima

    Posted by Joe W on 28 Apr 2020

    Received a portion with a very healthy green color

  • 5
    more than expected!

    Posted by lindsay mcconathy on 16 Mar 2020

    the cup i received was packed full of wet, green plants. they covered a lot more of the surface of the aquarium than i expected! it’s been about half of a week since i put them in my tank, and i think i already see new growth. awesome! totally recommend these plants! they have an interesting texture on the top of the leaves, small hairy looking roots, and grow in cute little bunches

  • 4

    Posted by Lyndon on 15 Oct 2019

    I have never worked with this plant before. It is small and a floater plant. It's kinda messy I guess. Still have to get used to it.