5 Best Selling Aquarium / Aquatic Plants for Beginners:

Best-selling aquatic plants are the ones that beginners prefer to buy. These plants need simple care. Most new aquarists start the hobby with beginners’ plants. Such plants do not need extra care & they do not have high demands for fertilizers & supplemented carbon dioxide. If you have fish in your aquarium then they are enough because plants absorb CO2 exhaled by fish & release oxygen that fish need. Also, fish waste fertilizes the plants & plants keep water clean by removing toxic chemicals released from fish waste.

You can resell aquatic plants if they are overly grown in aquariums by trimming the main stem & selling the cuttings. Also, aquatic plants are famous for producing runners. These runners are baby plants that can grow on their own.

You can grow the new plants in a fresh aquarium or sell them to earn profit. Fish stores or nurseries can buy these plants from you or can offer you a discount on your new purchases. Also, you can sell these new plants online. Make sure you earn credibility so others can trust you. Sell healthy plants to build credibility & receive positive reviews from buyers.

 

Here are the 5 top selling aquatic plants that we recommend for beginners:

  1. Amazon Sword
  2. Anubias Nana
  3. Java Fern
  4. Jungle Val
  5. Java Moss

 

1. Amazon Sword:

Amazon Sword is a beautiful plant that grows huge & it will offer a nice green look to your aquarium. This plant needs low artificial lights & can grow in a wide variety of substrates. If the top part of Amazon Sword is grown outside water, then it develops big, round leaves that grow outside the water surface. If you grow it submerged then the plant produces narrower leaves.


How to Sell Amazon Sword for Profit
How to Sell Amazon Sword for Profit


How to Sell Amazon Sword for Profit:

When Amazon Sword grows big enough then it will produce long spikes that convert into little Amazon Sword plants that you can plant in other tanks. Also, you can sell the baby Amazon Swords.

 

2. Anubias Aquatic Plant:

Anubias is a beginners’ plant because of its low demand & it seems wonderful in fish tanks. Anubias can be seen in a variety of sizes & styles, & it provides a nice green look to your fish tank. You can find the dwarf sizes of this plant that are suitable for small aquariums.

It is very simple to reproduce Anubias by trimming the rhizome when it grows longer. You can replant it to grow a new plant, or sell it.

Anubias are tough plants suitable for new aquarists as well as experts. Their maintenance is easy. You can grow it either submerged or emersed. They will easily adapt to new environments, & can survive in tough aquarium conditions.

Anubias can achieve a size of 16 inches quickly in comparison to many other aquarium plants.

A number of Anubias plant species can grow in aquariums. One of the very popular aquatic plants is Anubias Nana, which is a dwarf Anubias plant that grows slowly in tanks.

You can either attach Anubias to a rock or a driftwood. If you want to give your aquarium a 3D background then Anubias is the best choice because you can easily attach this plant to structures.

Anubias does not need special care so it is fine for both new & old aquarists.

It can be used to cover the ugly regions of your aquarium.

 

How to Sell Anubias Plant for Profit:

If your Anubias plant grows tall then you can trim it into 2 or more new plants. It is very easy to do. Just take out the plant from the tank. Trim the plant into 2 or more pieces using a sharp blade. It is crucial to leave at least 3 leaves on every part of the stem. Do not damage the plant roots. Replant the new plants in the water quickly & do not bury the rhizome or the plant could die. You can also sell the cutting.

 

3. Java Fern:

It is simple to keep Java Fern in planted aquariums & this plant does not need ideal water conditions for growth. There is no need to add supplemented fertilizers because it absorbs them from fish waste. Java Fern simply grows in aquatic conditions & they are the best choice for beginners.

Java Fern grows extremely slowly when fully submerged so they do not need frequent trimming. They can only grow up to 13.5 inches in tanks. Offering lots of CO2 & artificial lights will help the plant grow quickly.

Java Fern is known as a leafy plant because it grows green leaves, & this plant has 2 parts: rhizome & leaves. It is easy to attach the rhizome of the plant to a driftwood or a rock.


How to Sell Java Fern for Profit
How to Sell Java Fern for Profit


How to Sell Java Fern for Profit:

It is easy to reproduce Java Fern in tanks. Cut the rhizome & replant it in the aquarium. It will begin growing on its own. You can allow this plant to float on the surface of water, or grow it submerged by attaching it to the driftwood, rock or other structure.

 

4. Jungle Val:

Jungle Val is an old aquarium plant that is still very famous. It can create big forests using its long ribbon shaped leaves, which can provide shelter to many tank inhabitants.

Jungle Val grows fully submerged in water & it is deeply rooted in the aquarium substrate. Jungle Val is best for the fish that loves digging the substrate because it is hard for the fish to uproot this plant. Jungle Val should be added to the background of the aquarium, & grows fast in the fish tank.

If you are looking for substrate then I would suggest you to use sand or gravel for Jungle Val. There is no need to add extra carbon dioxide to the fish tank, because this plant is known for growing in shallow water which naturally has deficiency of carbon dioxide. It will grow fast in high lights, & will grow slowly in medium lights.

 

How to Sell Jungle Val for Profit:

Jungle Vals propagate through runners in the fish tank, which will form roots, & will develop into a fresh plant. Do not separate runners from the original plant till the leaves of the plant are completely developed. You can then replant the baby plant in a new tank or sell it.

 

5. Java Moss:

A beautiful plant that grows well in low artificial light tanks. Java moss grows well in aquariums. It can survive in a wide range of temperatures, & adjust itself to grow in any substrate or stick itself to any object.

Unlike ordinary mosses, Java moss does not develop true roots, but absorbs nutrition mainly through its leaves. It can grow while floating free in the tank or can send out rhizoids to stick itself to structures.

Java moss is a famous plant that grows well in the foreground of the aquarium that contains sandy or rocky substrate, but it can attach itself to any surface.


How to Sell Java Moss for Profit
How to Sell Java Moss for Profit


How to Sell Java Moss for Profit:

Java moss grows slow to moderate in aquariums & it can be reproduced through division. If you want to grow a fresh plant, then you can divide the pieces off the original plant & replant them. Division of Java moss will stick to any object using the root like rhizoids. Rhizoids do not absorb nutrition similar to roots, but they can just stick the plant to any object. Nutrients are absorbed via the stem & leaves of the plant.

 

Advantages of Aquatic Plants in Aquariums:

  • Aquatic plants can aerate water & absorb CO2 exhaled by fish.
  • Aquatic plants are used for decorating the tank.
  • Fish & fries use aquatic plants for hiding & shelter.
  • Aquatic plants offer a wild-like habitat of fish inside aquariums.
  • Aquatic plants are used for natural filtration of water.

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