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Cryptocoryne parva
  • Cryptocoryne parva
  • Cryptocoryne parva

Cryptocoryne parva

Cryptocoryne parva is from Sri Lanka and is the smallest of the Cryptocoryne species. The leaves are lepelvormig and green color with a length of 3-6cm.


TRO-106

Tropica

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    Cryptocoryne parva

    Cryptocoryne parva is from Sri Lanka and is the smallest of the Cryptocoryne species. The leaves are lepelvormig and green color with a length of 3-6cm.

    In comparison with other Cryptocoryne species, he has a little more light is needed. Place him not in the shade of other plants. Plant individual cuttings with just a few centimeters from each other. After about 6 months there is then a dense group of plants. Care in addition to sufficient light, for nutrients to reach the roots.


    Cryptocoryne parva is beautiful, small aquariumplant for the foreground and grows slowly. He forms a nice contrast with plants with round leaves or a piece of driftwood !

    Properties Cryptocoryne parva

    Type:Rozetplant
    Origin:Asia
    Growth rate:Slowly
    Height:5-10+ cm
    Light requirements:0.5 W/L
    CO2 needs:0-5 mg/L
    Level of difficulty:On average




    Article number:TRO-106
    Product type:Aquariumplant
    Manufacturer:Tropica
    Type:Cryptocoryne parva
    Dutch name:-
    Synonyms:-
    Type:Rhizome
    Height:5-10+ cm
    Origin:Asia
    Growth rate:Slowly
    Light demand:On Average (0.5 W/L)
    CO2 needs:Low (0-6 mg/L)
    Color:Green, olive green
    Level of difficulty:On average
    pH tolerance:6 - 8
    Temperature:15 - 28°C
    Carbonate hardness:1 - 18°dKH
    Total hardness:1 - 10°dGH