Aquatic Tissue Culture Plants
Tissue culture plants are propagated in sterile packages where they grow in non-toxic, germ- and pest-free environments. Complete Aquatic Systems owns and operates our own tissue culture lab thus giving us total control over the varieties and quantities produced. Another benefit to having our own lab is that we don't have any middlemen to deal with.
Often referred to as “Dwarf Sagittaria”, Sagittaria subulata aquarium plants are easy to care for, making them a great choice for beginner aquarists. This plant is known for its versatile, grassy texture that can be used successfully in a variety of aquascaping applications.
|Sсіеntіfіс nаmе:||Sagittaria ѕubulаtа|
|Cоmmоn nаmе:||Dwаrf Sаgіttаrіа|
|Can be grown emersed:||Yes|
About Sagittaria Subulata
Dwarf Sagittaria subulata can be grown emersed or submerged, and it may send long flower stems to the surface that culminate in small, white flowers. It has short runners that form dense groups.
When submerged, Sagittaria subulata aquarium plants have long, narrow leaves shaped like arrowheads. It grows quickly and propagates with runners, allowing it to form dense carpets.
Because of its short height, Dwarf Sagittaria subulata is perfect for use in foreground and midground sections. It can also be used to accent other plants and add contrasting colors and textures. If allowed to grow high, it makes an attractive vertical background.
Sagittaria subulata aquarium plants propagate by producing long runners. Uninterrupted, it will send runners along the substrate, forming a dense carpet. You can also pinch off the runners and plant them in the substrate as desired.
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