All Aquatic Mag’s Echinodorus are grown in ideal water conditions vs . some other aquarium stores or nurseries, which means they are less likely to melt once being introduced to your aquarium. Check out more info down the page on Echinodorus
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Echinodorus AFlame Purple Knight$80.00 Read more
Echinodorus Amazonicus (Amazon sword)$16.00 Add to cart
Echinodorus Angustifolia Vesuvius$6.00 Add to cart
Echinodorus Opacus Rataj$175.00 Read more
Echinodorus Opacus Verde$170.00 Read more
Echinodorus Red Melon$14.00 Read more
Echinodorus Red Rubin$15.00 Read more
Echinodorus Red Special$24.00 Add to cart
Echinodorus Rubin Narrow Leaf$15.00 Read more
Know Your Echinodorus
Echinodorus are naturally marsh and bog plants which makes them ideal for aquariums. Most of all species of echinodorus is used as a background for aquascapes in larger aquariums or even ponds. The lighting requirements all differ from amazon swords being low light to opacus needing high light. Co2 and liquid fertilizer dosing will often help in most optimal growth.
Echinodorus can be grown in emersed and/or march environments; typically very humid and enough water around the base. This will help with flowering which then can take the seeds and replace for new individual Echinodorus
Echinodorus at optimal conditions will start to create runners; typically above the substrate. This runners will have nodes that form a whole separate plant which will have roots and leaves starting to grow. We recommend once the Echinodorus offspring has grown to a suitable size or has another runner running off that offspring, it can be propagated by division and replanted as a separate plant.