Please note: Live Plants cannot be shipped to Western Australia or Tasmania, due to quarantine restrictions
Keeping aquarium plants is not hard as long as you choose suitable plants to keep. All aquarium plants need light, carbon dioxide and nutrients to live. If you have an aquarium with normal incandescent lighting or subdued fluorescent lights, stick to plants that have low light requirements, such as Java Fern, Anubias, Java Moss and Val. If you do not want to use carbon dioxide boosters, stick to plant species that will be satisfied with the amount of carbon dioxide that is produced by your fish.
Different plants can be planted in different ways. Some plants should be planted in the substrate or in a pot. Other plants should be anchored to driftwood, rocks or similar. A third group of plants are the floating plants. Many plants can grow in several different fashions, and can for instance either be attached to a rock or left floating in the aquarium.