Rhizome

Bucephalandra Rhizome
Bucephalandra sp. orange sward
4,90 EUR
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Bucephalandra Golden Venus
5,90 EUR
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Bucephalandra Mini Kedagang
5,90 EUR
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Bucephalandra Venus Mini
3,90 EUR
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Bucephalandra Mini catherine
4,90 EUR
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Bucephalandra Lamandau mini
7,90 EUR
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Bucephalandra Apple leaf
-15%
RRP 4,90 EUR
Only 4,13 EUR
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Bucephalandra Black Brownie
7,90 EUR
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Bucephalandra Silver Powder
4,90 EUR
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Bucephalandra Brownie blue
4,90 EUR
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Bucephalandra Theia
5,90 EUR
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Bucephalandra sp.
4,90 EUR
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Bucephalandra Penelope
9,90 EUR
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Bucephalandra Broadeleaf
5,80 EUR
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Bucephalandra Velvet dark Green
5,90 EUR
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Bucephalandra Biblis
4,90 EUR
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Bucephalandra Rhizomes


In this sub-category you will find selected Bucephalandra rhizomes of all kinds.

Rhizome? The term rhizome comes from botany and can be defined with a rhizome. For example, our popular Bucephalandra has rhizomes that she also needs to cling to the hardscape and grow. And then you notice the difference between aquatic plants that dig into the ground and consequently require a less strong rootstock such as epiphytes (epiphytes), which have to be stronger and stronger in order to cling to wood and stones. The tasks of the stem axis system remain the same for all types and serve the supply and nutrient distribution and uptake and the classic root function system.

Functionality: If one were to use the term earth sprout as a synonym, it could become clear which task this sprout system / rhizome takes on. There is the task of storage and reproduction. Bucephalandra rhizomes are botanically classified as Pollakanthe plants (perennial), as their rhizome is structured and designed differently than, for example, Semelparitie (single-cycle plants).

Not to be confused with roots or clumps. To make it clearer, a simple example from nature using a tree. What the "tree trunk" is is the rhizome, from which new sprouts (branches / twigs) and shoots emerge. The healthier the plant, the stronger the rhizome. The nodes are found in the Bucephalandra rhizome, as in other plants, only they are more delicate and less obvious.

As already mentioned, they are attached to the hardscape and here a thread is very suitable for positioning and fixing.

Of course, there are only exquisite Bucephalandra rhizomes in our buce2Love online shop