This aquatic plant is native to the southeastern United States, where even in its native range it is considered a problem weed. Due to the aquarium trade, it has become established as an invasive species in the western and northern United States, and is of particular concern as an invasive species in Australia. Care: Cabomba is an extremely easy to care for plant, and will thrive in most aquarium settings. It must be grown fully submerged, although it may occasionally have emergent flowers. It is an excellent oxygenating plant, and is useful in newly setup aquariums, or ponds. Propagation: Cabomba is propagated through cuttings, which should be at least 2 inches in length, though longer cuttings will become established faster. The cuttings usually need high amounts of lighting to root, and they should be provided with a rich substrate.
Care level: easy and lighting requirements: medium
A pack contains 4-5 stems with 6 inches height
6.5-7.5 ph and temperature: 22-27(72-82 F)
Can be grown immersed: yes
Plastic pot – will not be included, Its just to show the product, Only proper aquarium soil and lighting will be good for this plant