Homalomena Sekadau South
This is an easy – rare plant. What more can you ask for –
Not sure how long we will have access in getting these so if they are available, get you one.
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Homalomena Sekadau South is a rare flowering plant belonging to the same family as Bucephalandra, with elongated arrow-shaped leaves that are dark green in color and have a glossy texture. The plant has a distinct appearance due to its reddish-purple undersides, which contrast beautifully with the rest of the leaf.
Like its counterpart, Homalomena Sekadau, this plant is low maintenance and easy to care for. It can be grown both submerged and emerged and prefers moderate lighting to avoid excessive algae growth. Propagation can be done by cutting along the rhizome, and the new plant can then be attached to a new piece of rock or wood.
Overall, Homalomena Sekadau South is a great choice for beginner aquarists or anyone looking for an easy-to-care-for plant that can add visual interest to their aquarium. With proper care, this plant can thrive and become a stunning focal point in your tank.
May be sold potted or unpotted
Family Name: Araceae
Care: Easy - Medium