Aquarium Plants Gives your Aquarium greenish and natural
There are both Natural plants and Artificial plants available
for aquarium. Natural Plants Aquarium Need proper
Aquarium plants are plants that have adapted to living in
aquatic environments (saltwater or freshwater). They are also
referred to as hydrophytes or aquatic macrophytes.
These plants require special adaptations for living
submerged in water, or at the water's surface. Aquatic
plants can only grow in water or in soil that is
permanently saturated with water.
Aquatic vascular plants can be ferns or angiosperms (from
a variety of families, including monocots and dicots).
Seaweeds are not vascular plants; rather they are
multicellular marine algae, and therefore are not typically
included among aquatic plants.
As opposed to plant types such as mesophytes and
xerophytes, hydrophytes do not have a problem retaining
water, due to the abundance of water in their environment.
This means that aquatic plants have less need to
regulate transpiration, which would require more
energy and be of little benefit to the plant.