Echinodorus osiris Aquarium Plant Pot

In the 1970's coloured aquarium plants were rare, which is why Echinodorus osiris with its red colour quickly became popular. A nutritious bottom promotes growth, and when there is a shortage of micro-nutrients new leaves turn pale, thus indicating that fertiliser may be necessary. It is generally an undemanding plant which is suitable for both soft and hard water. The red colour of the leaves grows stronger at higher light intensities. It used to be sold as Echinodorus rubra. It is not eaten by herbivorous fish.Family: Alismataceae Origin: Brazil Height: 25 cm - 50 cm Width: 20 cm - 30 cm Temperature: 28 - ° C pH: 5.5 - 8 Remove the pot and the mineral wool carefully from the roots. Remove the outermost leaves as they will die under water under any circumstances and the plant will rapidly develop new leaves adapted to conditions under water. Shorten the roots and spread them when planting. Remove whole leaves from the base when trimming, pinch off offshoots and plant them in the bottom layer.Grown to the highest quality in Denmark by Tropica Aquarium Plants.

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