Syngonanthus sp. Madeira

Overview:  Syngonanthus sp. ‘Madeira’, just like other Syngonanthus species, are very delicate plants. These plants grow on very soft and Blackwater Rivers near bodies of water in Central and South America. However, even if it seemed like they can tolerate most conditions, they are actually delicate plants that can only thrive in certain conditions. Strong light, CO2 supplementation, soft water, with KH readings 4 to 2 are some of the basic requirements to grow Syngonanthus sp. ‘Madeira’.

Size Portions: Syngonanthus sp. ‘Madeira’ is priced per stem

Lighting conditions: High

Growth Length: 4 – 5 cm (leaf length)

Difficulty or care: Difficult

Placement in an aquascape: Mid-ground to foreground

PH: 5.5 – 7.5

Temperature: 68 – 84 F

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

Growth Rate: Medium