Blood Vomit Trithuria Sp. Is not a true eriocaulon even though it looks the part. Blood Vomit Trithuria sp. comes from Australia, a beautiful rare plant that is superb in nano tanks or any foreground area of larger tanks. Likes warmer temperatures and high light, co2, rich clean substrate and regular fertilization, not a plant for beginners. Blood Vomit Trithuria Sp. difficult to get acclimated to your tank but after it does seems to do well as long as plenty of nh4 is present.
What you get
Most of our plants are all aquarium plants, that is when you receive your plants they will have already gone through the transformation process. The transformation the plant has to go through is difficult if all the plants requirements are not met. We do that for you, when you receive your plant it is ready for submersed growing. Submersed growth will look a lot different from the emerged growth, of a terrestrial grown plant. Know what you’re buying, and buy quality.
We now have over 350 species growing underwater in our aquariums. Our plants are ready to grow, already transformed aquarium plants. You don’t have to go through the transforming process from terrestrial plants to aquarium plants, we’ve done that for you. Just like fish, live plants do best when they are kept in an aquarium that best suits their needs. Selecting live plants that share common water conditions will minimize problems and make it easier for you to maintain and keep your aquarium in tip top shape. We want your plant to thrive and become a favorite part of your tank. Be sure to choose plants that are suitable for your aquarium so you will get the most out of your new addition.
Our plants ship ready to plant in your aquarium. We take great pride in the quality of our plants. Healthy plants ship best.
Portion Size : 2-3 Growing tips
Size : 1″ – 2″
Placement : Foreground
Difficulty Rating : Difficult
Co2 Required : Yes
Lighting : Moderate to High
Rate of Growth : Moderate
Temperature : 67-80F
Ph : 6.0 – 7.2
Propagation : Splitting plant as it matures, you will see the growing tips develop into dividable plants