Common Name: Aridarum Mini, Aridarum LK2
A rare and new plant to the hobby, Aridarum is a genus closely related to Bucephalandra. This hardy plant grows in the fast flowing rivers of Malaysian Borneo, clinging to banks where few other plants can survive. Aridarum have needle-like dark green leaves that are similar in appearance to rosemary, with a waxy texture. Aridarum can be grown emersed or submersed. To propagate, cut new growth off of the rhizome and plant directly into the substrate.
Family Name: Araceae
Co2: Not required
Propagation: Cut by rhizome
Growth rate: Slow