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Discussion in 'Aquatic Plants' started by vasteq, Apr 19, 2013.
Thank you for posting those very interesting photos.
Bucephalandra sp. kir royale
beautiful bucephalandra with young leafs is brown red and old submersed leafs is combination blue and blood red
The ages of the leaves make very interesting colour photographs.
Bucephalandra brownie helena, sweet young leaf with brown red colour but after that be blue red leaf
The way you took that photograph looks like its been coated on oil.
Great looking plant.
Hi Alfarizi, You are so lucky to have such wonderful plants to hand Fab photo too
Trading name, Bucephalandra brownie phantom small
Trading name, Bucephalandra kir royale
Trading name, Bucephalandra brownie helena blue
Trading name, bucephalandra penelope submersed leaf
I fully agree with Roy you are certainly very lucky to have all those plants available.
I love all bucephalandra plants and yours are realy beautiful.
I'm jealous of you, in our country there are quite difficult to find and realy expensive to.
Question: Have some in my tank now and doing great, first flowers were single and double flowers. Now the flower count has doubled to four on one plant. Do these plants produce seeds underwater? These are pictures of first flowering.
I got mine from e-bay from a company called plant factory
Nice article. Sharing
I was just talking to the manager at my LFS about this plant today. He was so excited about it! I think I am going to pick up 2 of these plants over this weekend when I have time to do some planting. Thank you for the great article!
Best of luck with your plants, don't forget the photos please.
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