Broadleaf Sagittaria – Sagittaria platyphylla
– Lower light
– Great for the foreground (mid in small nano tanks)
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Sagittaria platyphylla has been used in the hobby for many years. But it is not widely available commercially, Which is a shame, because it is a a lovely and relatively simple plant for a larger, “low tech” aquarium. Its broad, strap-like leaves are a beautiful contrast to stem plants in the tank.
Common Name: Broad leafed Sag
Family Name: Alismataceae
Native To: Southern North America and Central America
Lighting: Low - moderate
Requirements: Undemanding, but does best with a nutritious substrate
Growth Form: Rosette
Growth Rate: Moderate
True Aquatic: Yes
Placement in Tank: Mid - background
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