Cryptocoryne Parva is one of the smallest growing cryptocoryne varieties in the world. Native to Sri Lanka, this excellent aquatic plant can be used as a foreground plant in the aquarium or as a mid-ground plant. Cryptocoryne are typically easy to maintain as aquarium plants, and this is no exception. Tolerating a wide range of lighting conditions from low to high, it will flourish in the mid-ranges.
Light Needs: Low to Medium
Plant Structure: Rosette
Location: Sri Lanka
Growth Rate: Slow
You are buying one pot. Potted plants are much better to start with as they have their entire root system intact, which makes it easier when transplanting into your aquarium.
Potted plants are started in rock wool. To plant, remove as much rock wool as possible. Most of the rock wool will pull off. If you have any left and want it off, shake the plants gently by holding it by the roots and shaking in water. Leaving some rock wool will help anchor the plant in your substrate.
To separate the plant into individual plants, grab the stems right above the root and pull gently. The roots should separate if they don't stop pulling and try other stems. Swirling this plant in water will help each plant separate easier.
Only plant the root in your substrate, not any of the plant itself or this can cause melting or shock, for more information on planting and caring for your plants, please go here