Overview: Dwarf Sagittaria subulata is one of the easiest foreground plants to grow inside of the aquarium – commonly used in larger aquariums. It is a relatively undemanding plant that grows easily even with limited amount of light or nutrients. Dwarf Sagittaria subulata can tolerate a wide range of condition which makes it great for beginners if they are looking for a vividly colored foreground plant.
Size Portions: Dwarf Sagittaria subulata is priced per plant
Lighting conditions: Moderate
Growth Length: 5 – 25 cm (height)
Difficulty or care: Easy
Placement in an aquascape: Foreground
PH: 5.0 – 7.5
Temperature: 72 – 83 F
Reproduction: Propagation is done by cutting and replanting runners when they formed their own roots.
Growth Rate: Fast