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Sagittaria sp. Dwarf
  • Sagittaria sp. Dwarf

Sagittaria sp. Dwarf

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Common Name: Dwarf Sagittaria

Plant Use:

Difficulty Level: Easy

Light Demand: Low

Co2 Demand: Medium

Fertilizer Demand: Medium

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Plant Pictures shown are of Submersed Grown Plants in Aquariums under Optimum Plant Growing Conditions. Plants Sent are grown in Farms in Emmersed or Submersed Conditions depending on variety. Hence, Plant/Leaf Structures may vary from that shown in pictures. When they are grown submersed in aquariums under Optimum Growing Conditions as required by the Plant (Light, Co2 and Nutrients) they will get the appearance as shown in pictures

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Description: Sagittaria sp. Dwarf, a charming and diminutive aquatic plant, is a member of the Alismataceae family. Originating from North America, this plant is favored for its compact size and graceful appearance. Commonly known as Dwarf Sagittaria, it has become a popular choice among aquarists for adding a touch of greenery to the foreground of freshwater aquariums. Its slender, arrow-shaped leaves and low growth make it an ideal candidate for creating lush carpets in aquarium layouts.

Plant Information:

  • Scientific Name: Sagittaria sp. Dwarf
  • Family: Alismataceae
  • Origin: North America
  • Difficulty Level: Easy
  • Lighting Requirements: Moderate to High
  • CO2 Requirement: Low to Moderate
  • Temperature Range: 68-82°F (20-28°C)
  • pH Range: 6.0-7.5
  • Propagation: Runners

Growing Information:

1. Lighting: Dwarf Sagittaria thrives in moderate to high lighting conditions. Providing sufficient light promotes healthy growth and encourages the plant to spread across the substrate.

2. CO2 and Nutrients: While Dwarf Sagittaria can tolerate lower CO2 levels, supplementing with a source of carbon and a balanced aquarium fertilizer enhances its growth. Ensure a nutrient-rich substrate to support root development.

3. Water Parameters: Maintain a temperature range of 68-82°F (20-28°C) and a slightly acidic to neutral pH between 6.0-7.5. This plant is adaptable to a wide range of water hardness levels.

4. Planting: Plant individual Dwarf Sagittaria runners in the substrate with enough space between them to allow for spreading. Planting in groups creates a carpet effect, adding visual interest to the foreground.

5. Substrate and Planting Depth: Use a nutrient-rich substrate to provide essential nutrients for root development. Plant the runners at a depth that allows them to anchor securely in the substrate.

6. Propagation: Dwarf Sagittaria reproduces through runners, producing new plants connected to the parent. Once the runners have developed sufficient roots and leaves, they can be separated and replanted to propagate new clusters.

7. Aquascape Compatibility: Due to its compact size and neat growth habit, Dwarf Sagittaria is well-suited for creating foreground carpets in aquascapes. It complements other aquarium plants and enhances the overall aesthetic appeal.

8. Versatility: Dwarf Sagittaria is versatile and can be used in various aquascaping styles, from nature aquariums to Dutch-style layouts. Its adaptability makes it a valuable asset for aquarists with different design preferences.

9. Low Maintenance: This plant is known for its undemanding nature and low maintenance requirements. Regular pruning of older or decaying leaves helps maintain a tidy appearance.

Dwarf Sagittaria is a delightful addition to freshwater aquariums, providing aquarists with an attractive foreground plant that is easy to care for and visually appealing. Its petite size, combined with its graceful appearance, makes it an excellent choice for both beginner and experienced aquarists looking to enhance the beauty of their aquatic landscapes.



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