Echinodorus 'Ozelot Green'
- Echinodorus cultivar with striking pattern
- Dark red spots on brown-red ground
- Fast growing
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This well-growing swordplant cultivar has leaves with red-brown spots, as well as Echinodorus 'Ozelot', but differs by light to middle green basic colour, causing an especially contrasting pattern. Otherwise it is similar to the normal 'Ozelot': the submerged leaves are narrowly elliptic with wavy edge; the leaf rosette gets about 40-50 cm tall and 40 cm broad.
Also this Echinodorus is an easy aqurium plant, however it benefits much from bottom fertilization (e.g. by nutrition capsules) and medium to strong lighting.
The Green Ozelot swordplant looks best as a solitary plant or small, loose group in the midground to background of bigger, at least 50 cm high aquariums.
Please be aware that the bunch/potted variation of this plant could contain snails and other invertebrates.
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|pH value||5 - 7|
|Temperature tolerance||15 - 30°C|
|Carbonate hardness||0 - 21°dKH|
|General hardness||0 - 30°dGH|
|Propagation||Proliferating inflorescences, Rhizomteilung|
|Can grow emersed?||yes|
|5 - 7|
|15 - 30°C|
|0 - 21°dKH|
|0 - 30°dGH|
|Proliferating inflorescences, Rhizomteilung|
|Can grow emersed?|
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Plant came in excellent condition and looks pretty as a picture. :) Hoped that it would have been littlebit bigger, but no harm done. (read more)
Plant came in excellent condition and looks pretty as a picture. :)
Hoped that it would have been littlebit bigger, but no harm done. It looks like it feels happy as making new leafs all the time.
Coloring and pattern of this plant is refreshingly different compared to Echinodorus with solid color and this makes a lovely contrast to them. :D