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Potted Dwarf Hairgrass Clump-Aquatic Plants-Glass Grown Aquatics-Glass Grown Aquatics-Aquarium live fish plants, decor
Potted Dwarf Hairgrass Clump-Aquatic Plants-Glass Grown Aquatics-Glass Grown Aquatics-Aquarium live fish plants, decor
Potted Dwarf Hairgrass Clump-Aquatic Plants-Glass Grown Aquatics-Glass Grown Aquatics-Aquarium live fish plants, decor
Potted Dwarf Hairgrass Clump-Aquatic Plants-Glass Grown Aquatics-Glass Grown Aquatics-Aquarium live fish plants, decor
Potted Dwarf Hairgrass Clump-Aquatic Plants-Glass Grown Aquatics-Glass Grown Aquatics-Aquarium live fish plants, decor
Potted Dwarf Hairgrass Clump-Aquatic Plants-Glass Grown Aquatics-Glass Grown Aquatics-Aquarium live fish plants, decor
Potted Dwarf Hairgrass Clump-Aquatic Plants-Glass Grown Aquatics-Glass Grown Aquatics-Aquarium live fish plants, decor
Potted Dwarf Hairgrass Clump-Aquatic Plants-Glass Grown Aquatics-Glass Grown Aquatics-Aquarium live fish plants, decor

Potted Dwarf Hairgrass Clump

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Create that carpeted underwater prairie of your dreams with Dwarf Hairgrass!

This species (Eleocharis parvula) grows about 3-4" tall, and spreads laterally, through root nodes. 

Excellent for sheltering baby shrimp or fry, and for growing excellent bio-films to improve the health of your whole tank.

As most plants, Hairgrass will grow quickly in high-nutrient water, but it isn't strictly necessary for survival. Trim regularly like grass for the neatest look!

Pots of Dwarf Hairgrass are well rooted and between 1-4" tall. 

Grown both EMERGED AND SUBMERGED

Cassandra’s Notes:

We get a lot of questions about separating these sort of plants from the potted rockwool it's in.

Yes, you can absolutely leave the rockwool in your tank!

It’s pretty inert, and will not harm your tank nor its inhabitants. If you want to keep it potted, you totally can!

That said, if the rockwool is really not doing it for you, but you’re worried about disturbing too much of the delicate root system these creepers have built, try this:

Use some scissors to snip apart the top of the rockwool where the plant has rooted from the bottom. Snip into a flat circle, resembling a ‘mat’ of sorts. Now you can place that little mat in the gravel or other substrate, without having torn up too much of the root system!

Growing Suggestions:

  • Medium to High light needs
  • Low tech, unheated aquarium, 60-80F
  • Fast upright/ creeping growth rate
  • Root tabs recommended: Yes
  • Excellent forage and shelter!

I keep natural planted tanks, so snails may always be a possibility!