Pennywort is a versatile plant in terms of its use in an aquascape. Its vine-like growth can be allowed to intertwine with driftwood and mid-ground plantings to good effect. Alternately, it can be trained to grow along the bottom by weighting down the stems, planted like a stem plant and grown vertically, or be allowed to trail across the surface. While it goes well with almost any other plant, it is an especially suitable companion for Anubias species due to its similar demands and bright green coloration
Hardiness: Very Easy
Light Needs: Medium
Plant Structure: Stem
Region: Central/South America
Location: South America
Size: Stem width: 6-10cm (2-4
Growth Rate: Fast
Posted by Michael Agostino on 18th Aug 2016
I ordered (3) potted Pennywort plants and they all arrived in perfect condition. Each pot had 4-7 stems and the stems were 5 to 8 inches tall with many leaves on each stem and a ton of roots on them, so you could cut them at any nodule of your choosing you wanted to start other new Pennywort plants.
I left some floating in my aquarium and I anchored some down with plant weights in other locations. Either way this plant looks awesome and I know will flourish. My fish already like darting in and around the leaves.
I look forward to ordering my of these any many other plants for Alpha Pro Breeders when my next tank a 56 gallon column in November when I get it up and running.