Crinum calamistratum looks very decorative and fits perfectly in a tall aquarium.
This rare plant is known for its long, curly leaves and can also be used in brackish water with a low salt concentration.
What makes this bulb so special is, that it can become op to 120cm long.
In an open aquarium it can occur that this plant will flower. The white, max. 10cm long flower will grow above to the watersurface.
The Crinum calamistratum loves to grow near a pomp. The leaves will float nicely in the moving water.
This Crinum calamistratum looks absolutely amazing, and can be orderd per 6 bulbs.
Crinum is a genus of about 180 species of perennial plants that have large showy flowers on leafless stems, and develop from bulbs. They are found in seasonally moist areas, including marshes, swamps, depressions and along the sides of streams and lakes in tropical and subtropical areas worldwide.
Crinum leaves are basal, typically long and strap-shaped, with colors ranging from light green to green.
Several species are used in aquariums.