- Medium light plant
- Lacey lattice leaves
- Can throw violet flower spikes
The Madagascar Laceplant is a fascinating water plant with grid-like leaves. It occurs in cool, permanent rivers in Madagascar. There are several forms from different localities that were partly described as varieties. The typical variety, Aponogeton madagascariensis var. madagascariensis, has rather narrow leaves with regular lattice structure and narrow perforations.
The forms of Aponogeton madagascariensis prefer cooler water below 25 °C, good water movement, CO2 supply and nutrient-rich bottom. Medium lighting is sufficient.
You will receive one bulb with at least 2-3 small sprouted leaves. With an average of about six leaves.
||6 - 8
||5 - 18°dKH
Available as a loose plant