Dwarf Aquarium Lily is a great, easy lily plant. Do not bury the bulb, only the roots. Dwarf Aquarium Lily is a hog though, and it will absorb a lot of nutrients. Be careful and make sure you are dosing fertilizer so the other plants will have that available to them.
Dwarf Aquarium Lily will send up new leaves that will get taller and taller each time a new one pops up, until eventually reaching the surface. Once Dwarf Aquarium Lily reaches the surface there is a possibility it will sprout a flower. If you don't want the lilies to float on the surface, trim the tallest leaves off to encourage more compact growth.
Also Known: Nymphaea Stellata
Sold As: 1 Plant with 2 - 3 leaves.
Care Level: Easy
Lighting Requirement: Low-Medium
Co2: Not Required
Growth Rate: Fast
Tank Placement: Midground-Background
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Most plants are sold as trimmings from rooted plants unless otherwise stated. All trimmings will be at least 3" in height unless otherwise noted.