Aridarum Narrow is a rare and unique plant that grows along with the fast current of waterfalls and streams. Its long and narrow leaves give it a distinct look that allows us to differentiate this from Aridarum Sabertooth. It can be grown submerged or immersed. The plant is very slow-growing, with thin and waxy leaves that help it stay intact from the strong water flow. It can be propagated by cutting the rhizome and attached to driftwood and rocks using super glue or thread.
- If received in a pot, please remove all rock wool from the roots. Where possible we try and ship without pots or rockwool. Due to them being non-biodegradable we prefer to propagate in an environmentally conscious way.
- Buce may melt when introduced to a new tank but as long as the rhizome is kept healthy, new growth will occur.
- CO2 will generally yield better growth rates.
- Stable water conditions are a must, changes should occur over a period of time in order to reduce chances of melting etc.