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Echinodorus Horemanii Red

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Echinodorus Horemanii Red is a beautiful red, brownish colors sword plant hybrid that will brighten up your aquarium. This Horemanii Red Sword is a hybrid from Echinodorus Uruguayensis and it's a perfect match for the renowned Green Amazon Sword.

Like most other Echinodorus species, it can grow quite large and 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.
  • Sold as small Bare-root Plant or Potted Plant
  • Bare-root Plants | one small size, rooted plant
  • Potted Plants | one medium-size plant potted with net pot and rockwool

BUY 2 GET 1 FREE* PROMOTION | Simply buy 2 quantities, we will send you 1 extra for free on eligible purchases. Offer valid on the same type of plant, no mix n' match, and on the same transaction only.

Disclaimer: Pictures are not the actual plants you will receive, but a sample representation. Unless specific, we don't guarantee aquatic plants will be free of pests, pesticides, grow emerged, or submerge.

Scientific name: Echinodorus Horemanii Red
Common name: Echinodorus Horemanii Red Sword
CO2: Recommended
Growth Rates: Medium
Difficulty Level: Beginner
Nutrient Substrate: Required
Lighting Requirements: Medium-High

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    Tom Mays
    Disappointing

    While the description of the plant admittedly does not specify a size, I think any reasonable person would expect at least a medium size plant for this cost. Instead what I received was a very tiny plant with almost no roots to speak of. This made it almost impossible to plant and I don’t have very high hopes that it will survive, as it is important for sword plants to not have the place where the leaves emerge from the substrate obstructed and I practically had to bury it to get it to stay put. While the plant looks healthy and has nice color, If you are going to sell a plant like this you need to be honest with customers about the size they’re getting.