Frogbit

Frogbit has beautiful heart-shaped leaves that float on the top of the surface of the water. Frogbit's leaves are leathery and thick and as a whole, it's great for share and added filtration. 

*please note this is not the same as American floating frogbit

Name:Limnobium Spongia
Size: Vertical up to 1'
Growing Light: Full Sun to Partial Shade
Plant Type: Floating
USDA Hardiness Zones: 4-10

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SA
02/04/2021
Sondra A.
United States United States
I recommend this product
Amazing

Absolutely loving this plant!! It spreads and grows like crazy, enough I can feed my koi a snack lol

Wetplants Frogbit Review
HS
12/04/2020
Hudson S.
United States United States
I recommend this product
Not the frogbit I thought it was..

When I saw that they were selling frogbit on an aquatic plants website I assumed it was the same frogbit that everyone uses in their aquariums. It's not. This isn't the frogbit that has the fuzzy roots streaming down and look like small lily pads on top, this is a plant where the roots grow underwater but the rest of the plant grows out of the water. I just wish that the website had either more pictures or a more detailed description so I would've known

ES
12/03/2020
eric s.
United States United States
I recommend this product
Frog bite

They are good took plants

GF
10/05/2020
Gregory F.
United States United States
I recommend this product
Fantastic Experience!

Exceptional quality plants. Professionally packaged and promptly shipped. Outstanding service. Five Star rating for sure. I will be back! Highly recommend your store to others.

SM
07/20/2020
Silvia M.
United States United States
I recommend this product
Frogbit

Does not look like my frogbit is going to make it. Stems arrived melted, roots completely fell apart, leaves were yellow. Again, had to be the heat. Wish we had the option to have plants delivered UPS, USPS is not good with deliveries. Not giving up hope yet though...