Sagittaria Dwarf Pot (Sagittaria subulata)

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About This Product

These pots are grown out of water. They may come taller in this emersed form but once planted under water they will change to their submersed form in a couple of weeks. The bare root version is grown under water when shipped.

Provides dense growth - good for spawning fish. It sends out many runners and is a great filler for empty spaces. Great beginner plant.
  • Common Name: Dwarf Sagittaria
  • Family Name: Alismataceae
  • Native To: South America
  • Lighting: Low-Medium
  • pH: 6-9
  • Growth Demands: Easy
  • Growth Form: Upright
  • Growth Rate: Fast
  • True Aquatic: Yes
  • Placement In Tank: Midground
  • Available As: Potted

Customer Reviews

  • 4

    Posted by amanda graner on Jul 16th 2016

    I thought I was buying Micro Sword, the picture makes it look grass-like, however it is a tall pant at 9". My fault. With that said, wow is it healthy! Growing like crazy, but a bit of melt from dosing with Metricide, probably works better with pressurized C02.

  • 5
    Sagittaria, Dwarf

    Posted by Jamie Blackman on Jul 3rd 2015

    Order arrived on time and in excellent condition.

  • 5
    "Dwarf" Sagittaria

    Posted by Matt McConkey on Oct 4th 2013

    Arrived in excellent shape. Glad I saw some other reviews on this particular plant before ordering and planted them more in the mid-ground of my tank. These things grow like mad! Nice light to medium green coloration. I've only had them for a couple of weeks and I've already transplanted 7 or eight runners! Might spread more under a higher light intensity than my set up (two rows of T8). Very pleased and would highly recommend!

  • 5

    Posted by JKG on May 31st 2012

    Plant shipped perfect. Great size and perfect condition!

  • 5

    Posted by Hmoobthor on Mar 10th 2012

    Good starter plant for foreground if you are looking for one. This plant is hardy but you MUST have good substrate that has nutrients in for it to grow. You can grow them in plain old gravel or sand, but the most important part is, it needs root tab in order for it to grow or you will see nothing at all. Once it has that, it will grow.

  • 5
    Excellent Foregroung Plant

    Posted by Adam on Feb 8th 2010

    Received a good quantity of healthy plants for the price. They started out fairly tall but have become shorter and very dense under high light. Excellent plant that adds a different texture to the aquascape.