Eriocaulon sp Sieboldianum

Overview:  Eriocaulon sp. Sieboldianum is an aquatic plant that is extremely rare. It shares many similarities to Eriocaulon Japan – they are often mistaken from one another. The main difference is the size of the leaves. Eriocaulon sp. Sieboldianum is quite a site to see when placed as a mid-ground because of its uniquely shaped leaves. It can surely transform even the simplest of aquarium into a stunning aquatic habitat.

Size Portions: Eriocaulon sp. Sieboldianum is priced per 3″+ plant

Lighting conditions: High

Growth Length: 5 – 40 cm (leaf length)

Difficulty or care: Medium

Placement in an aquascape: Mid-ground

PH: 5.0 – 6.8

Temperature: 68 – 82 F

Reproduction: Propagation is done by cutting from the roots and replanting. Single seedlings should be chosen.

Growth Rate: Medium