Echinodorus Gabrielii is a rare, exotic plant that is a great addition to any aquarium. This compact, Gabriel's Sword plant stays short and lush when it grows underwater, in the aquarium.
Echinodorus Gabrielii can be planted as a group in a larger aquarium or act as a focal, centerpiece in a smaller aquarium. This plant will provide cover for fish and other creatures living in the tank as well as oxygenate the water with its roots.
Like most other Echinodorus species, it required a nutrient-rich substrate because they are heavy root feeders. Which mean it will develop lots of roots to absorb the available nutrient in the aquaria. It's a great idea to provide a root tab as a secondary, additional nutrient for this species as needed.
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Scientific name: Echinodorus Gabrielii Common name: Gabrielii Sword CO2: Not Required Growth Rates: Medium Difficulty Level: Beginner Nutrient Substrate: Required Lighting Requirements: Medium-High