Palaefolius Sword

Mexican Sword Plant - Echinodorus palaefolius

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Unveil the Splendor of Nature with Palaefolius Sword: A Majestic Focal Point for Your Aquascape

Introducing the Palaefolius Sword, a botanical masterpiece that commands attention and adds a regal touch to your aquarium. Originating from South America, this captivating sword plant captivates with its broad, luscious leaves and effortless grace, making it a coveted choice for aquarists seeking a majestic focal point.

Key Features:

1. Broad and Ornate Foliage: Marvel at the grandeur of Palaefolius Sword as it unfurls its broad leaves, creating a visually striking display. The ornate foliage, characterized by rich green hues and intricate veining, elevates the aesthetic appeal of your aquascape.

2. Robust and Stately Growth: Experience the robust growth of the Palaefolius Sword as it assumes a stately presence in your aquarium. This sword plant is known for its ability to reach impressive heights, making it an ideal background or centerpiece plant in larger tanks.

3. Versatile Aquascaping Element: Embrace the versatility of Palaefolius Sword as it seamlessly integrates into various aquascaping themes. Whether you're cultivating a lush, planted environment or a biotope-inspired setup, this plant adapts with elegance and enhances the overall aesthetics.

4. Low Maintenance Elegance: Delight in the low maintenance requirements of Palaefolius Sword. While it commands attention with its majestic appearance, this sword plant is surprisingly undemanding, making it suitable for aquarists of all experience levels.

Care Instructions:

  • Lighting: Provide moderate to high-intensity lighting to support the healthy growth and vibrant coloration of Palaefolius Sword. Ensure a balance between light and shade for optimal results.

  • Substrate: Plant Palaefolius Sword in a nutrient-rich substrate to promote robust growth. Consider adding root tabs to enhance nutrient availability for this heavy feeder.

  • Water Parameters: Maintain stable water conditions with a temperature range of 72-82°F (22-28°C) and a slightly acidic to neutral pH (6.5-7.5).

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