Pilularia globulifera is a type of creeping fern that is native to marshes, swamps, and other wet areas. The plant gets its name from the small, round spore cases that are found at the base of the stems. These spore cases are what allows the plant to reproduce itself.
Pilularia globulifera is a small plant that typically only grows to be about 6 inches tall. The leaves of the plant are thin and grass-like, and it often grows in areas with other water plants such as rushes.
Repotting or planting
9cm oxygenating plants require potting into a larger mesh basket. Place in a pond no deeper than 1/3 maximum recommended planting depth to allow the plants to establish. 1ltr oxygenating plants do not require repotting, place in pond no deeper than 1/2 maximum recommended planting depth to allow the plants to establish. 2ltr plants do not require repotting, as they are larger more established plants they can be placed up to the maximum recommended depth. There is no need to remove the mesh basket.
Little maintenance is required.
Measurements in centimetres