|Common Name:||Blyxa Japonica|
|Proper Name:||Blyxa Japonica|
|Temperature:||22 - 28 C|
|PH:||5.0 - 7.5|
|Position in Aquascape:||Mid-Ground|
Blyxa Japonica is not too difficult to grow if its basic requirements are met. If conditions are to its liking and lighting is intense, the leaves of B. japonica will develop golden and reddish hues and the plants will exhibit more compact growth. If it does not receive enough lighting, however, B. japonica will become taller, lankier, and greener. This plant produces an impressive root system and appreciates a nutritious substrate. If phosphate levels are kept high (1-2 ppm), this species will continuously produce small white flowers on long, thin stalks.