Originating from South America, Sagittaria Subulata makes a great aquatic foreground plant for its compact growth and undemanding nature. Frequent pruning is needed as this aquatic plant has the capability to grow quite tall if left unchecked. Quite often it will also send long shoots to the surface of the water and produce small white flowers above the surface.
Sagittaria Subulata grows by spreading runners horizontally throughout the substrate. It is not a fussy plant in terms of lighting or CO2 injection. Propagation is simple, trim portions from of horizontal shoots and replant.
|Common Name||Dwarf Sag|
Trim and plant runners
Moderate to Fast
Ultum Nature Systems tissue culture plants are grown in-vitro by laboratories who specialize in propagating aquatic plants. There is a huge selection of plant species that have been propagated this way. This is truly the best option for those who want absolutely zero unwanted pests, algae and pesticides. This makes them perfect for shrimp keepers and any planted tank enthusiasts alike.
NOTE: It is important to remove the tissue culture agar gel before planting. Simply wash the gel away, divide, and plant.
Shipping, Returns and Refunds
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Due to its nature, we are unable to accept returns for live plants. In the unlikely event you are unsatisfied in any way, please contact us ASAP. We provide 100% DOA (Dead On Arrival) protection.
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