Micro Sword Pot (Lilaeopsis novae-zelandiae) fantastic for Guppy Fish

Micro Sword Pot

Benefits of the Micro Sword Pot (Lilaeopsis novae-zelandiae) - Medium Size Live Aquarium Plant

Micro Sword Grass, Brazilian Micro Sword, Copragrass, and Carpet Grass are just a few of the many common names for this versatile plant. This plant provides ample cover, making it ideal for guppy fry. Aquatic carpeting plants like this one always make a great impression as a foreground centerpiece in aquariums because of their unique appearance. Micro Sword grass tends to grow faster than hairgrass and has thicker, shinier strands that still give your aquarium a peaceful, prairie-like appearance.

Micro Sword grass is capable of rapidly carpeting the floor of your aquarium given the proper conditions. Its taller stature makes it a great choice for providing cover for shrimp, fish, or any other inhabitants of your tank. Due to its rapid expansion, it may need to be pruned, particularly in environments with strong illumination. It's interesting to note that Micro Sword grass can survive in either a dry environment or one with constant moisture.

The grass is two to three inches in length and the pot is one to two inches in diameter when shipped. It is recommended that the water be between 70 and 83 degrees Fahrenheit, with a pH of between 6.8 and 7.5. Water with a lot of nutrients is essential if you want your Micro Sword to develop rapidly.

To remove waste and excess nutrients from hydroponic systems, fight algae and bacteria growth in farm ponds or keep educational aquariums clean are just some of the agricultural uses of live plants Female guppy fish find refuge in this plant.

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