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Dwarf Sagittaria


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Dwarf Sagittaria is a great plant for aquarists new to planted tanks, it is relatively undemanding and will propagate readily to form an easy grass-like carpet.

  • Scientific Name: Sagittaria subulata
  • Skill Level: Easy
  • Placement: Midground
  • Co2 Requirement: none
  • Preferred Fertilizer: Liquid - Easy Green Fertilizer

***Being a natural product, sizes can vary from what is shown.***

Customer Reviews

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Perfect plant for the fore ground

This plant arrived in great condition. Nicely wrapped for shipping. There was a bit of melting, but I have also noticed new leaf growth. I am really happy with the lighter green of it's leaves, it helps it to stand out from the darker green leaves of the other plants.

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P.M.
Plants look excellent

Plants arrived in great shape though these are not growing as well as other plants from the Co-Op. I'm not sure if I planted them properly. It's only been two weeks maybe I can follow up in a few more weeks. Out of the box they looked perfect. I could tell they are grown with CO 2. My tank is low tech with no CO2. Hopefully they will perk up. Use root tabs and easy green as well.

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It’s the best fastest growing plant I have ever had

The dwarf Sagittarius I got was probably one of the best plays that I have ever kept it has already propagated and has already started to send runners in the course of a week

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K.C.
Another great order from Aquarium Co-Op

Plants came in beautiful as always. The banana plant started putting off a new shoot after just a few days. My baby guppy fry love the new food. Looking forward to ordering more plants soon.

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D.C.
I actually got 3

Came in quickly, arrived in great condition, when I separated the plant from the planting media I realized the plant was actually 3. Score! It’s been about two weeks, they’re doing great despite my fish insisting that it would look better floating on the surface and uprooting them everyone I leave the room.