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Echinodorus Bleheri | Amazon Sword

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Echinodorus Bleheri also known as Amazon Sword plant, is a rosette plant that is very popular with aquarium hobbyists. They are capable of reaching approximately 20 inches in height under proper water conditions. It is an amphibious plant that will grow either partially or fully submersed. Best cultivated in large aquariums, Amazon Sword Plants make a great focal point if used singly. When used in groups, they create an interesting background when grown with other aquarium plants. 
  • Sold as a Bunched Plants or Potted Plants. 
  • BUY 2 GET 1 FREE* - Simply buy in 2 quantities, we will automatically send you 1 extra for free on eligible purchases. Offer valid on the same type of plant and in the same transaction only. Restriction applied.
  • Pictures are not the actual plants you will receive, but a sample representation.
    CO2: Not Required
    Growth Rates: Medium
    Difficulty Level: Beginner
    Nutrient Substrate: Required
    Lighting Requirements: Medium - High

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      MW
      Healthy Sword Plant

      Plants are healthy and perked right up, when planted in my tank.

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      Frank Virgadamo

      Both plants were exact what I wanted.
      Good service and product quality .

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      Kenneth Martin
      Outstanding!

      This was my first time buying plants online. APF exceeded my expectations.

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      Abigail Ridaught
      Green, healthy, big!

      I've never received more beautiful swords. I can't wait to plant them in my axolotl tank!

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      Chris
      Healthy strong plants everytime

      Received my order and sure enough I receive 3 robust swords.

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      Robert Dryer
      Amazon swords

      Beautiful color great looking roots. One even had a bloom chute. So far no plant melt.