6”HB Goldfish Nervosus


Goldfish plants bloom prolifically in a variety of reds, oranges and yellows and they resemble fish. The leaves are generally thick, waxy, and dark green. The stems are vining and can reach 3 feet long. They are a type of plant that grows upon other plants, usually a tree. Their roots are used as anchors and not for nourishment. Most of their nourishment comes from the air and water with the presence of sunlight. They require at least 13 hours of light a day.