Small Amazon Sword (Great Deal on a Classic Aquarium Plant) (Echinodorus a.)

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YOU CAN'T BEAT this price for this Quality of plant- PERIOD

We have kept Amazon Swords in lower light conditions where they have also done well. The biggest thing for good Amazon Sword growth is food. Amazon Swords love to "eat" We have seen them do OK with out a decent substrate but they would likely enjoy a dose of Iron to keep them lush. Ideally, you want to have Amazon Swords in a planted tank that has a large amount of nutrients available in the substrate. Amazon Swords are heavy eaters and will prefer this setup.

Small Amazon Swords are $8 and are anywhere from 2-5 inches. If you are ordering a few small ones we might thrown in ones that are slightly smaller than 2 inches but we will give you an extra plant. We grow them in house underwater. Comes As a green or red sword in varying species.

It could be a pointy sword, uruquaynis, a deep purple sword, red arrow, marble queen, and a couple other varieties we carry. Get them while their small. They won't stay small. Don't miss this insane low price while we move them out of our original greenhouse....into 2.0!

If you could add ONE thing to show MASSIVE Sword would be our RED Clay (Clay has an iron binding ability....and swords LOVE Iron!)

Don't Forget To Buy our Growth Juice and Iron Supplements for your plants!!



Customer Reviews

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Customer Reviews

Based on 197 reviews
Thomas Long

Got 3 and was able to split them in half and ended up planting up North I was kinda worried about ordering plants from Florida and freezing through the my Surprise..the package came with a heat pad that was still warm when I opened...I thought...that's pretty caring!

Chris Grey
Great buy

Plants are just what I expected! Beautiful plants!!

William Mitchell
Awesome Plants

Looks great in the tank!

Rachel Jackson
Excellent quality

Excellent quality. Perfect swords… better than any LFS here!!

Jessica G
Great plants

Love these hardy plants and so do the fish!