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I was wondering if anyone knows what my Amazon sword is up to?

Based on non aquatic plants, to me it looks like a flower spike.. it's growing really fast... I'd guess 1-2 inches a day. Is there anything I need to do? Like more/less light? I'm assuming it must be happy 😃 

I'm so excited by it, even if I don't know what it is!

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1 hour ago, Penny said:

I was wondering if anyone knows what my Amazon sword is up to?

Based on non aquatic plants, to me it looks like a flower spike.. it's growing really fast... I'd guess 1-2 inches a day. Is there anything I need to do? Like more/less light? I'm assuming it must be happy 😃 

I'm so excited by it, even if I don't know what it is!

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Wow yes mines grows rapidly fast too to the point the leaves was reaching the surface. I basicly  just trim mine. That looks like somethings about to bloom😳👍🏾👍🏾🙌🏾

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On 11/10/2020 at 11:42 AM, Penny said:

I was wondering if anyone knows what my Amazon sword is up to?

Based on non aquatic plants, to me it looks like a flower spike.. it's growing really fast... I'd guess 1-2 inches a day. Is there anything I need to do? Like more/less light? I'm assuming it must be happy 😃 

I'm so excited by it, even if I don't know what it is!

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Am so glad you are having such good growth from this plant.  My first experiences with Amazon sword were not as favorable.  Root tabs saved my plants and opinions of this plant, lol.  

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