Red Rubin Sword

Red Rubin Sword - Echinodorus horemanii x E. barthii

Regular price$13.99

  • In stock, ready to ship
  • Inventory on the way

Unleash the Radiance of Nature with Red Rubin Sword: A Crimson Jewel for Your Aquascape

Introducing the Red Rubin Sword, a botanical gem that adds a burst of crimson elegance to your aquarium. Originating from the Amazon basin, this striking sword plant captivates with its vibrant red hues and lush foliage, making it a coveted choice for aquarists seeking a captivating centerpiece.

Key Features:

1. Vivid Crimson Foliage: Immerse your aquarium in a sea of crimson as the Red Rubin Sword unfurls its vibrant red new growth leaves. The intensity of the coloration transforms your aquascape into a visual masterpiece, creating a captivating focal point.

2. Lush and Robust Growth: Experience the lush and robust growth of the Red Rubin Sword as it flourishes in your aquarium. With proper care, this sword plant develops into a substantial centerpiece, adding a touch of grandeur to both small and large tanks.

3. Stunning Contrasts: Create stunning visual contrasts in your aquascape by pairing the Red Rubin Sword with greenery or lighter-colored plants. The vibrant red leaves stand out against contrasting elements, adding depth and drama to your underwater landscape.

4. Beginner-Friendly Beauty: Delight in the ease of care offered by the Red Rubin Sword. Despite its captivating appearance, this plant is well-suited for aquarists of all experience levels, making it a welcoming addition to both novice and seasoned aquariums.

Care Instructions:

  • Lighting: Provide moderate to high-intensity lighting to enhance the red coloration of the Red Rubin Sword. Balanced lighting ensures optimal growth and maintains the vivid hues.

  • Substrate: Plant Red Rubin Sword in a nutrient-rich substrate to support its growth. Adding root tabs can provide additional nutrients 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).

Recently viewed