Murdannia keisak is an aquariumplant from Asia where it grows in rice fields and is very similar to Bamboo. The stems grow straight up and with a high tempo.
Stems can be separately be planted. Leaves are ca. 1 cm wide and 3-5cm long. When there is enough light and CO2 addition, the stem a little more flushed of color. Because of the rapid growth will be the longest stems each time pruning can be. From the remaining parts arise new shoots. The tops can be re-planted to produce a wonderful varied group.
Murdannia keisak is a special appearance and has no full appearance, making it there in the aquarium subtle effects can be achieved !