Difficulty : Very Easy
Lighting Requirements : Low
Tank Placement : Epiphyte
Category : Aquarium Plant
'Petite Nana' leaves do get larger than the shipped 1cm sized leaves. However, even when they get larger, they are still considerably smaller than those of the normal var. nana. In the aquarium, this plant is nearly indestructible. The growth habit of this plant is composed of a creeping rhizome which produces leaves that can last for years. It can tolerate a wide variety of lighting conditions from very low (less than 1 watt per gallon) to very high (more than 4 watt per gallon). It does well with or without CO2, although CO2 addition does promote faster growth as does a rich substrate and the removal of older leaves. High phosphate levels (1.5-2 ppm) seem to encourage flowering in this species regardless of tank conditions or the health of the plant. These high phosphate levels, along with heavy iron and trace fertilization, reduce spot algae problems for plants directly under high light. Relocating the plant to a shaded area is another solution.
Last Updated @ 1/9/2016 6:39:38 PM
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