- Easy to Grow
- Colorful Leaves
- Fast Growing Once Established
Dwarf aquarium lily is a unique plant both in color and the way it grows. It has triangular shaped leaves which can be pink or red in color and it while it grows leaves under the water's surface, it will also send lily pads up to reach the surface.
The dwarf aquarium lily can thrive even under low light and provides a beautiful pop of color to any aquarium. It can grow relatively quickly once it gets established and will provide valuable shelter for fish, shrimp and fry with its robust leaves.
Read the reviews and was ready to wait and flip it over in a few weeks, but 2 days in the water and I could already see shoots coming out. The first leaf was up within the week and now after a few weeks I have had to trim a few leaves so the other plants can get some light. 😁
Quickly sprouted shoots and big, beautiful leaves. Very unique and brown color stands out in tank. Provides "shade" for fish, but leaves are very light and move with slightest current. Would never have tried this in a tank but took a leaf of faith with the detailed instructions provided on the website. Very happy with this one and makes up for other plants ordered that melted away.
I got my Lily bulb and dropped it in the tank and it grew like mad leaves and roots so buried the roots as suggested. After a few days my leaves started melting I thought I did something wrong and dug up the roots right away "wrong thing to do" suggested to replant and give it time the leaves where just melting and sure as the last leave melted away the rest of the plant started making nice new red leaves a little smaller in size. The growth next day after in the water was so fast you can almost watch them grow so beautiful.
I received my bulb on Sept. 3. There was visible growth the day after I dropped it in the tank. These photos were taken Sept. 23. It’s taking over my 10G! My betta boy loves it, and so do I!
It arrived a day ahead of schedule. I added it to the tank, it sank right away, and the next day i saw a little red nub where the leaves have started to emerge.