Aponogeton Ulvaceus, is a mid-ground/background plant native to Madagascar and Sri-Lanka.
Although, it can tolerate different water parameters, Aponogetons don't like big water changes or being moved too much. When grown submersed this plant will develop broad, elongated wavy leaves and will flower regularly. Reproduction can be done through bulb separation or formation of seeds after flowering. When new growth develops some roots, simply remove it from the mother plant and replant it in the substrate. This unique plant is quite rewarding when grown properly.
Great for providing shelter to small fish.
- Tank size(Minimum): 20 Gal
- Care: Easy
- Temperature: 75-82
- PH: 5.7-7.4
Max Size: 25"
CO2: Not required but recommended
DISCLAIMER: It is the buyer's responsibility to know what plants are allowed/legal to keep in his/her state. Before purchasing do some research and make sure you are allowed to keep this particular plant species. You should always follow your State's laws regarding keeping live aquatic plants.
Do NOT release any plants into the wild.