Description: The smallest of all Cryptocoryne plants, this plant is best suited in the foreground as a carpeting plant or in small groups as a feature. It is incredibly slow growing, which also means minimal maintenance. However, it tends to require more light than most Cryptocoryne species. As such, it is important to not place it under the shelter of leafy stem plants or hardscape.
Difficulty: As with all aquarium plants, Co2 injection and appropriate fertilisation are recommended for optimal health and growth. Nonetheless, beginner aquarists will generally have success with this plant.
Sold as: 1 plant with at least 6 leaves (Shown in 1st image)