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Echinodorus harbich

This plant was developed fom Echinodorus Cordifolius, it stays much smaller than the original form, growing only to 25cm. Emersed leaves are round with hairs on the leaf blades, submersed leaves are much narrower. This plant is very robust and has firm, solid leaves. A very beautiful plant and ideal for beginners.
Availability: In stock
Delivery date: 3-5 working days
R 39,90

ORIGIN: Cultivar
MAX HEIGHT: 25cm
GROWTH RATE: Moderate
AREA: Foreground
LIGHT: Bright
TEMP22-28C
CO2: CO2 and NON CO2 tanks
PH: 5-8
DIFFICULTY: Easy
WATER HARDNESS: Very soft to hard

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