Juncus Repens is part of Juncaceae family and is the only species that is commonly kept in planted aquarium tanks. Featuring long stems with narrow leaves, Juncus Repens seemingly appears as a hybrid between stem and rosette aquatic plants. As the rest of the species family is generally kept as pond plants, Juncus Repens can be grown submersed or emersed. Typically non-demanding, Juncus Repens is considered a low maintenance aquatic plant that will adapt fairly well to a wide range of aquarium conditions. Its coloration is usually green, but when provided with quality aquarium lighting, the aquatic plant can exhibit tinges of rich red-brown hues. Propagation is simple and can be done by trimming the stem above the node and replanting in a quality aquarium substrate.
|Common Name||Creeping Rush|
|Care||Easy to Moderate|
|Lighting||Low to Medium|
|Propagation||Trim and plant stems|
|Growth Rate||Moderate to Fast|
Our bunched stem plants are all kept and grown in high-quality substrate by Marfied Controsoil. A strict fertilizer dosing regime and CO2 are provided in their holding tanks.
Shipping, Returns and Refunds
Live plants are shipped Monday through Thursday for all west coast orders. For all remaining states, live plants will only be shipped Monday through Wednesday to ensure they arrive at your doorstep 100% healthy.
Rimless aquariums will be shipped throughout the week via UPS Ground. For more information, please visit our FAQ page.
Hard goods can be returned up to 14 days after receipt of purchase. Buyer is responsible for return shipping.
Due to its nature, we are unable to accept returns for live plants. In the unlikely event you are unsatisfied in any way, please contact us ASAP. We provide 100% DOA (Dead On Arrival) protection.
To be eligible for a refund/store credit, please contact us within 12 hours of receiving it and provide a photo of the item in its original packaging.
No worries, we’ll take care of everything as long as it fits the guidelines above.
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