This hardy and undemanding plant is native to Central and South America. This plant, also known as Narrow-Lead Sagittaria Subulata, is quite common in the aquarium hobby and great for beginners. This plant has bright green thin leaves and its appearance resembles tall grass. Under the right water parameters/light conditions this plant will quickly start to spread and it will form a beautiful green patch in you aquarium's midground. The Sagittaria Subulata will propagate by sending multiple runners.
It will provide great shelter for shrimp and bottom feeders as well.
- Tank size(Minimum): 10 Gal
- Care: Very Easy
- Temperature: 74-82
- PH: 6.5-7.6
Max Size: 8"
CO2: Not required
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.