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Cryptocoryne parva

  • Type : Rosulate
  • Origin : Asia
  • Growth rate : Slow
  • Height : 5 – 10+
  • Light demand : Medium
  • CO2 :  Low

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Cryptocoryne parva is a small plant (only 3-6 cm tall and a roset less than 5-8 cm wide). It is one of the few species whose leaf shape and colour do not change significantly depending on cultivation conditions. Because it almost loses its leaf plate under water, it requires more light than most other Cryptocorynes. As a result, it should never be overshadowed by other plants. It is known for its slow growth, but Nutrition Capsules in the bottom layer will speed up the process. Individual plants should be planted a few centimetres apart, and they will form a cohesive low group of plants after about six months. A fantastic foreground plant.

Crypt Parva is one of the smallest Crypt species. It has grass-like green leaves and can grow up to 4″ tall, making it an excellent foreground and midground plant. It grows slowly in comparison to other Crypts and may require more light. Cryptocoryne Parva grows slowly and requires patience to achieve lush growth. Once planted, Cryptocoryne prefers not to be moved. If at all possible, avoid moving them. Make no drastic changes to the aquarium. Unstable parameters will cause the aquarium plant to melt and rot. Better growth will result from CO2 injection and high-quality aquarium soil.

Is CO2 required for Cryptocoryne Parva?
It is not necessary to reduce

What is the height of Cryptocoryne Parva?
The smallest Cryptocoryne is Cryptocoryne parva fromac Sri Lanka (only 3-6 cm tall and a roset less than 5-8 cm wide). It is one of the few species whose leaf shape and colour do not change significantly depending on cultivation conditions.

Is Cryptocoryne Parva contagious?
Cryptocoryne Parva can grow in any size tank, with a minimum of 5 gallons recommended. Keep in mind that because it grows slowly, it will take some time to cover the entire tank floor.

Is fertiliser required for Cryptocoryne?
There isn’t much else to do once you’ve planted your new Cryptocoryne; they’re very simple plants! They don’t require extra CO2 or a lot of fertiliser to thrive, just a little patience—they grow slowly, especially right after planting.

Can Cryptocoryne be grown in gravel?
Cryptocoryne is popular in gravel-lined planted aquariums, but it also thrives in sand. This plant is attractive because it comes in a variety of colours. So you won’t be limited to only green plants.

Can Cryptocoryne be trimmed?
Cut the older leaves as close to the base of the plant as possible when pruning rosette plants. This prevents rot from spreading to the stem (rhizome). Older leaves are more prone to browning and algae growth than younger leaves and should therefore be removed.

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Light Requirement

Medium

Plant Difficulty

Medium

Plant Type

Rosette

Packing

Pot

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