These plants are already cultivated in their submersed form in the sealed pot (in contrast to most traditionally-produced plants, which are grown above the waterline in aquatic plant nurseries), and when planted into an aquarium, there is no need for them to shed their air leaves and sprout underwater leaves ... therefore, inVitro plants are off to a good start in a tank and will take root very quickly.
Sagittaria subulata from South America is an ideal, undemanding foreground plant for large aquaria. It spreads through short runners, and forms dense groups. Plant individual plants at a distance of 2-4 cm. May be somewhat unpredictable, as it can grow to a height of 50 cm all of a sudden with advancing age, depending on the conditions it grows in. When you decide to put the large plant into the background it may sprout short leaves again ... In the aquarium it may sprout a long flowerstalk that reaches the waterline, and small white flowers may appear directly above the water surface.
Origins: South America
Height: approx. 5 - 30 cm
CO2 demand: medium
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Tropica :: Sagittaria subulata 1-2-Grow!
Sehr schöne Pflanze. Becher ist sehr ergiebig. Noch sind die Pflanzen winzig und bin sehr gespannt wie es wächst.