Java Ferns are great aquarium plants because they can withstand just about all water parameters. From Low light to Highlight and Freshwater to Brackish water. You can Plant Java Ferns in your substrate or attach them to driftwood.
If you are new to live aquatic plants, then Java Ferns are perfect for you.
You are buying 1 Java fern; each fern will have 5 or more leaves and be approx. 8+ inches tall.
Hardiness: Very Easy
Light Needs: LowPlant Structure: Moss / Fern
Location: Southeast Asia
Growth Rate: Medium
You can plant java ferns on driftwood, between rocks, or aquarium decorations. You can also plant them in your substrate but make sure you do not plant any of the rhizomes in your substrate, only the black roots that come off the rhizome. Please go here for more information on planting.
The black spots under the leaves are sporangia (reproductive organs), not signs of disease as many believe.