Rosette plants are plants that grows from a central, usually hard, stem and forms a circular arrangement of leaves. The leaves grows at the same height. The internodes are very short, which causes the leaves to grow very close together. Usually, a rosette plant will have a strong central root system called the taproot. The leaves of the plant will be easily pulled off, while the taproot will remain intact to grow new leaves.

Listed below are rosette plants commonly kept in an aquascape:

  • Blyxa Alternifolia
  • Blyxa Aubertii – Common Rush
  • Blyxa Japonica – Japanese Rush
  • Cryptocoryne Albida
  • Cryptocoryne Affinis
  • Cryptocoryne Balansae
  • Cryptocoryne Beckettii – Beckett’s Cryptocoryne
  • Cryptocoryne Cordata – Giant Cryptocoryne
  • Cryptocoryne Ciliata
  • Cryptocoryne Moehlmannii – Moehlmann’s Cryptocoryne
  • Cryptocoryne Parva – Pygmy Cryptocoryne
  • Cryptocoryne Pondeteriifolia
  • Cryptocoryne Siamensis
  • Cryptocoryne Undulata – Undulate Cryptocoryne
  • Cryptocoryne Walkeri var. Lutea
  • Cryptocoryne Wendtii
  • Cryptocoryne Wendtii ‘Green Gecko’
  • Cryptocoryne Wendtii ‘Brown’
  • Cryptocoryne Wendtii ‘Mi Oya’
  • Cryptocoryne Willisii
  • Cryptocoryne Willisii ‘Lucens’
  • Cyperus Helferi
  • Echinodorus Amazonicus
  • Echinodorus Barthii
  • Echinodorus Berteroi
  • Echinodorus Bleheri
  • Echinodorus Bolivianus
  • Echinodorus Cordifolius
  • Echinodorus Major
  • Echinodorus Osiris
  • Echinodorus Parviflorus
  • Echinodorus Quadricostatus
  • Echinodorus Tenellus
  • Echinodorus Uruguayensis
  • Echinodorus ‘Kleiner Bar’
  • Echinodorus ‘Ozelot’
  • Echinodorus ‘Red Rubin’
  • Eleocharis Acicularis – Hairgrass
  • Eleocharis Parvula – Dwarf Hairgrass
  • Eleocharis Vivipara – Umbrella Grass
  • Eriocaulon Cinereum
  • Eriocaulon Setaceum
  • Eriocaulon sp. ‘Mato Grosso’
  • Eriocaulon sp. ‘Goias’
  • Sagittaria Platyphylla
  • Sagittaria Subulata
  • Vallisneria Americana
  • Vallisneria Gigantea
  • Vallisneria Nana
  • Vallisneria Spiralis
  • Vallisneria Tortifolia

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