Aponogeton Fenestrate (Madagascar Lace Plant)

Madagascar Lace Plant

The Madagascar lace plant plant. The leaves grow to about 16-in. and about .5 in. wide, and join the root by short stems.

The feature of this plant is the leaf structure, which consists of a skeleton-like lattice of veining like crochet lace. delicate in structure, the leaves are tougher than they appear.

Aponogeton fenestrate desirable decorative addition to any aquarium, but it has two main disadvantages and it grow readily, aquarists who experienced should save their money as unlikely that be in growing it.
Propagation is by splitting the root stock, and by seeds.