Cryptocoryne albida, also known as C. costata, is a narrow-leaved relatively small crypt from the south of Myanmar and Thailand. It is closely related to Cryptocoryne crispatula. C. albida has long been known in the hobby, it is a rather easy-to-care-for plant. There are several variants with more green or more brown in the submersed leaves.
- Very narrow leaves
- Slow growth
Genus : Cryptocoryne
Difficulty : easy
Usage: Midground, Foreground, group
Growth : slow
Light demand : Low
CO2 demand : Not necessary
pH value : 5 – 8
Temperature tolerance : 6 – 30°C
Carbonate hardness : 2 – 12°dKH
|General hardness : 0 – 30°dGH
Propagation : Runners, Rhizomteilung, Splitting, cutting off daughter plants
Can grow emersed?yes
Source : Flowgrow and Aquasabi
Portion : Selling in pot Emerged Form – 2 stalks per pot
[ Pot will be remove for packing purpose. ]
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2) All livestock / liveplant will send out on Monday and Wednesday for Peninsular Malaysia by Lineclear.
3) We do not cover DEATH ON ARRIVAL (DOA).
4) Do not send to Sabah/ Sawarak/ Labuan/ Singapore.