South American Fork Flower is a bright green foreground grass with a very compact blade structure. It is a dicotyledonous plant, which is a kind of water-based aquatic grass. It will spread around the stolons and grow into a compact green foreground in a few months, making it the best choice for foreground grasses.
The water grass of the South American Fork Flower is the same as the grass in the water. The main difference is that the grass in the water is narrower than the grass. The leaves of the grass in the water are emerald green, the cross is the opposite, and the shape is lanceolate. The stem is brownish-green and the overall height is no more than 10cm. The South American Fork Flower is mainly propagated through the stolons and can spread throughout the foreground.
South American Fork Flower grows slowly, you need patience to care, it will form a green carpet. With sufficient light, proper carbon dioxide, and regular fertilizer addition, the growth of the South American Fork Flower will be better.
|Type:||Wabi - Kusa|
|Light Demand:||Medium - High|
|Temperature:||68 - 86°F (20 - 30°C)|
|pH Range:||6.0 - 8.0|
|Location:||Midground - Background|
|Propagation:||Side Shoots / Cutting|
|Purchase Size:||Diameter Approximately 1.6 - 2.4''(4-6cm)|