Najas Guadalupensis (guppy grass)

Overview:  Najas Guadalupensis (guppy grass), commonly known as common water nymph, is an aquatic plant that is native to the Americas. Najas Guadalupensis (guppy grass) is commonly found in swampy and wet lands such as ponds, ditches, and still waters. It is a fast growing plant which can let its stem to grow up to 90 cm. Regular pruning and trimming must be done to maintain avoid this plant to fill the aquarium.

Size Portions: Najas Guadalupensis (guppy grass) is priced per stem

Lighting conditions: Low to Moderate

Growth Length: 60 – 90 cm (stem length)

Difficulty or care: Medium

Placement in an aquascape: Background

PH: 6.0 – 7.0

Temperature: 72 – 84 F

Reproduction: Propagation is done by cutting and attaching the roots to rocks or drift woods.

Growth Rate: Fast