Cabomba are sometimes called Brazilian fanworts. They have divided feathery green leaves in the shape of a fan. Cabomba are densely growing plants that make for a natural looking background in a planted aquarium. They are decorative pieces for your aquarium, but are also fuctional too. They are great for oxygenating your aquarium. Green Cabomba are the most commonly seen Cabomba. The Green Cabomba are very easy to care for. They require good light, and warm water temperatures. Optimal water temperature is from 72 degrees Fahrenheit to 82 degrees Fahrenheit. These plants prefer tropical water temperatures. Pisces Reef Fish Emporium recommends 2 watts per gallon for good light. They thrive in neutral water conditions (pH 6.5 – 7.5). Fertilizers provide good quality substrate rich in nutrients. Frequent trimming and transplanting is not recommended. Cabomba plants are stem plants often sold bunched at the base by a tight rubber band. The purpose of the rubber band is to keep all the stems together for display. Stop on by Pisces Reef Emporium to see why these plants are so popular. It is hard to keep them in stock.