Overview: Sagittaria Montevidensis sub sp. Calycina is a stemless aquatic plant that can grow emersed or submerged depending on its use. When grow submerged, Sagittaria Montevidensis sub sp. Calycina will grow leaves above water surface. This plant is a popular aquascaping plant due to its undemanding nature and ability to thrive in wide range of conditions. Flowering often occurs from June to September depending on the condition and amount of nutrients of the tank.
Size Portions: Sagittaria Montevidensis sub sp. Calycina is priced per stem
Lighting conditions: Moderate to High
Growth Length: 28 cm (leaf length), 23 cm (leaf width)
Difficulty or care: Medium
Placement in an aquascape: Foreground to Mid-ground
PH: 6.0 – 7.5
Temperature: 65 – 80 F
Reproduction: Propagation is one by cutting off a healthy stem and replanting into a substrate.
Growth Rate: Medium