Overview: Marsilea Quadrifolia is a great foreground to have for any kinds of aquarium because of its little demands. Marsilea Quadrifolia serves as a great substitute to higher light demand foreground plants. It is characterized by its four-leaf clover structure that grows when grown submerged. Marsilea Quadrifolia is a native plant to parts of Europe and Southeast Asia mostly found in marshes and wetlands.
Size Portions: Marsilea Quadrifolia is priced per node
Lighting conditions: Low
Growth Length: 10 – 15 cm (length)
Difficulty or care: Easy
Placement in an aquascape: Foreground
PH: 6.0 – 8.0
Temperature: 65 – 85 F
Reproduction: Propagation is done by cutting and replanting runners once they are formed.
Growth Rate: Very Slow