Aquarium Feature Plants
A feature plant is the one plant speciment that outshines the rest. Often this is because they grow large or are particularly decorative. Strange leaves, bright colours or an exceptional shape all characterise the traits often looked for in a feature plant.
Feature plants are placed in a prominent aquarium position such as the middle or just off centre. Further plants such as low growing grasses and stemmed aquatics are then positioned around the rest of the aquarium to complete the scene.
It may take a long time for such plants to reach a size worthy of their position as a feature plant. Ready grown specimens are sometimes sold attached to driftwood or growing in pots.
If no feature plants are currently on offer please check back later or browse aquarium plants currently available.
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