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Size: Bunch

Sagittaria subulata is one of the "longest-serving" aquarium plants. It is good for low-tech or no-tech tanks without a CO2 supplying system; it can tolerate a high carbonate hardness, also its light demands are moderate. However Sagittaria subulata is somewhat susceptible to iron deficiency, manifesting in pale new leaves. This aquatic plant from North America is also very temperature tolerant, suitable for tropical as well as cold water tanks. With its low demands, it is particularly recommended for aquarium beginners.

Common Name: Subulata
Family Name: Alismataceae
Native To: South America
Lighting: Low-Medium
pH: 6 - 9
Growth Demands: Easy
Growth Form: Upright
Growth Rate: Fast
True Aquatic: Yes
Placement in Tank: Midground
Available As: Bare Root