Dwarf Sagittaria is an aquatic plant commonly used in freshwater as well as brackish water aquariums. It is a versatile and form part of the Alismataceae family. It is quite tough and is able to spread rapidly through the use of runners. For the most part it is used in the mid-ground or background of a tank. Aside from its decorative benefits, Sagittaria Subulata is also helpful in providing hiding and breeding areas for small inhabitants.
Common Name: Dwarf Sagittaria Family Name: Alismataceae Native To: Colombia and United States Lighting: low pH: 5.0-8.0 Growth Demands: Easy Growth Form: Rosette Growth Rate: Fast Placement in Tan: Foreground - Midground