ADA – Utricularia graminifolia (Low Tech)
Utricularia graminifolia is a grass-like bladderwort species from the Asian tropics that grows into a lush bright light green lawn. It is thus quite popular in aquascaping, too. It is not always easy to cultivate, but under favorable conditions (lots of light, soft water, CO2, macro- and micronutrient fertilization) it is a fast grower.
|Complete botanical name
|Utriculária graminifólia Vahl
|Nano tanks, Foreground, group, Foreground, ground cover
|forms a grass-like lawn
|4 – 7
|16 – 28°C
|0 – 12°dKH
|0 – 30°dGH
|Runners, Splitting, cutting off daughter plants
|Can grow emersed?
Are you not sure if this aquarium plant will grow in your tank? We have made a guide to aid in growing/understanding aquatic plants. Check it out >here<. View other plants that will grow in: ( Low Tech | Medium Tech | High Tech | All Plants )
*This is a Tissue Culture Plant. They are grown in a Laboratory and are guaranteed to be snail, algae and pesticide-free. They are more expensive, even if the plant itself is smaller, the portion size is bigger. We recommend rinsing all tissue culture plants with dechlorinated water before planting.