ADA PLANTS ‘Jungle Plants’

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Enriching even above water with enchanting tropical plants

Adding your favorites as accents for open aquarium and Paludarium, or decorating Neo Glass Air and Terra Base. More fun options are available.

Terrestrial Plants

Jungle Plants Begonia phoeniogramma I
It is Begonia native to Malaysia, and its leaves are reddish with white spots. There are 4 types in one species.
Jungle Plants Begonia phoeniogramma II
It is a bulbaceous Begonia native to Malaysia. As it grows, it turns reddish.
Jungle Plants Begonia phoeniogramma III
It is Begonia native to Malaysia, and its leaves in dark green have white spots. The spots tend to grow larger than the Type Ⅰ.
Jungle Plants Jungle Plants Begonia phoeniogramma IV
It is a bulbaceous Begonia native to Malaysia. When cultivated in low light, the leaf surface brilliantly shines.
Jungle Plants Begonia poliroensis
It is a cane stemmed Begonia that develops leaves with slits. The leaf veins distinctively change its color to red.
Jungle Plants Begonia anphioxus
This Begonia has elongated leaves in green with red polka dots. The pattern is so addictive once you see it.
Jungle Plants Begonia quadrialata
It is a rhizome Begonia with green leaves developing red leaf veins. It is easy to grow, and one of the characteristics is that the petioles are red.
Jungle Plants Begonia dracopelta
The surface of this Begonia’s roundish green leaves develops uneven brown texture. As it grows, the uneven texture becomes more visible.
Jungle Plants Begonia versicolor
It turns red along the leaf veins, and the surface is covered with fine hair. A wide range of leaf patterns is fun.
Jungle Plants Begonia chrolosticta ‘Green’
This Begonia native to Borneo Island has leaves in deep green with light green spots. It is a very popular species as it made the cover on picture books.
Jungle Plants Peperomia emarginella
It is a Piperaceae plant that crawls while developing small round leaves. It suits well with a design that hangs from driftwood.
Jungle Plants Sonerila sp. ‘Wayanad White spot’
It is a type of Melastomataceae with roundish green leaves with white spots on the surface. It develops tiny purple flowers.
Jungle Plants Drosera spatulata
It is a small Drosera naturally growing in Japan too. It develops leaves concentrically like a pattern, and grows slowly.
Jungle Plants Drosera adelae
This Drosera has distinctive skinny long leaves. It grows while developing red sticky hair around the leaves.
Jungle Plants Tectaria hilocarpa
This bicolor fern is a Tectaria. A humid environment is suitable for this plant. When first added to a layout, be careful not to make it dry.
Jungle Plants Bulbophyluum ambrosia (Orchid)
It develops fragrant flowers like honey. By utilizing its long leads, have them crawl like vines and create a wild feeling.
Jungle Plants Coelogyne fimbriata (Orchid)
It is the most suitable size for System Paluda 60 and Terra Base M・L. It develops the biggest flowers among the lineup.
Jungle Plants Epidendrum porpax (Orchid)
The distinctive flower lips are plump and glossy. It would be nice to attach a few of them to driftwood or Terra Plate.
Jungle Plants Mediocalcar versteegii (Orchid)
Even though it is a highland plant, it grows faster at a warmer temperature. While being careful of stiffness at night, enjoy the red and white flowers.
Jungle Plants Ceratostylis philipinense (Orchid)
The white flowers peeking out between thin leaves are perfect for Glass Pot SHIZUKU with driftwood.
Jungle Plants Dinema polybulbon (Orchid)
This species is hardy for being widely used either Paludarium or open layout. It is suitable for being mixed with other orchids.
Jungle Plants Mediocalcar decoratum ‘Orange’ (Orchid)
It develops pretty orange flowers like bells. If adding nutrients with Wabi-Kusa Mist, it develops even more flowers.
Jungle Plants Maxillaria sophronitis (Orchid)
About 5 leaves grow from 1 bulb. It slowly grows. So when it has bright red flowers, it is especially delightful.
Jungle Plants Neolauchea pulchella ‘Pink’ (Orchid)
Only 1 skinny leaf comes out of a bulb. When a big bloated bulb turns red brown, it eventually develops flowers buds.
Jungle Plants Pleurothallis tribuloides (Orchid)
It develops tiny scarlet flowers from lamina joints of the long ellipse shaped leaves. If placed on a pit of driftwood, it would look pretty.
Jungle Plants Pleurothallis janetiae (Orchid)
It has flowers like beaks on the peduncles. Why don’t you create a cloud forest layout in System Paluda with this plant?
Jungle Plants Masdevallia gutierrezii (Orchid)
It is a miniature orchid from Bolivia suitable for small Paludarium in Neo Glass Air.

Emerged plant

Jungle Plants Microsorum ‘Trident’
It is great for creating a three dimensional effect and depth with a bright shrub of this plant. Because it branches out, it is easy to become dense, and it grows in a short period of time.
Jungle Plants Microsorum pteropus ‘Narrow’
It is a standard species for Nature Aquarium expressions. The way it flutters with flow of water is vital to creating underwater feelings.
Jungle Plants Lagenandra meeboldii ‘Red’
This species is basically red, but it looks very shiny when the red color is mixed with green depending on the growth environment.
Jungle Plants Lagenandra meeboldii ‘Geen’
It is highly shade tolerant, but it seems that some light is also needed for both above water and underwater compared to similar species.
Jungle Plants Lagenandra keralensis
At a glance, it seems that it is red, but the leaf surface has distinctive beauty. We suggest that you enjoy it with Paluda Light.
Jungle Plants Lagenandra meeboldii ‘Vinay chandra’
It has long petioles and develops large leaves in deep red. It would look great if showcasing its presence in the mid-ground.
Jungle Plants Lagenandra nairii
It is recommend for Aqua Terrarium to be maintained for a long time. Petioles of this plant grow long, and the plant is hardy for dryness.
Jungle Plants Bolbitis heudelotii
The clear deep green color and distinctive pinnately compound leaves create a natural feeling and Wabi-Sabi in the water.
Jungle Plants Bolbitis heteroclita
This fern creates a light and dark sharpness and a three dimensional effect with the bright clear green color. It is very hardy and easy to handle.
Jungle Plants Bucephalandra kishii
The distinctive leaf veins and deep purple leaves are charming. It is important to think of its natural habitat while growing it carefully.
Jungle Plants Echinodorus argentinensis
It is said to be a nominotypical subspecies of Durio grandiflorus. Because it is easy to develop above water, open styled aquarium would be nice.
Jungle Plants Echinodorus major
Its aquatic leaves are retro chic, and Characiformes that has some height and Angel Fish (Pterophyllum) are well-suited.
Jungle Plants Echinodorus ozelot green ‘long leaf’
It becomes over 1m above water, and has a dignified presence when fully grown. On the other hand, the way leaves with spots gently flutter in the water looks very sophisticated.
Jungle Plants Echinodorus Red Rubin
Although you might guess dark red from its name, it is actually deep scarlet color. It is an introduction species of red Echinodorus to be used for Wabi-Kusa.
Jungle Plants Echinodorus ‘Arjuna’
It has deep red leaves in the water. And it even keeps the warm color above water too. Regardless of whether it is in the water or above water, it would have an eye-catching presence.
Jungle Plants Echinodorus Joyo Red Star
Despite its small size, the red color is deep, and the presence is significant. Therefore, it would be more effective to give contrast to bright green aquatic plants rather than creating a harmony.
Jungle Plants Echinodorus Red Chilli
The color gradation distinctively becomes warmer tones from lamina joints of the leaves to the tip. It would look nice if planted in a small aquarium tank as a main plant.
Jungle Plants Echinodorus ‘Tanzende Feuerfeder’
The meaning of this plant’s name is dancing fire feathers. Deep scarlet spots are appeared all over on new buds and leaves.