I've not had this one specifically, but in my experience there is no such thing as a dwarf sag, they all end up very very tall, well over the stated heights. But I guess that fine if you want a background plant just dont try and use it as a foreground plant!
hmmm not sure if i want to try this any longer or not pmsl.
if i do try it i may try it in a corner front / side next to the mangrove i think.
unless lighting is an issue with the depth of my tank lol.
we shall see if i go for it or not lol.
p.s George what is that plant you have as foreground cover ?
That's Glossostigma elatinoides or glosso for short (its quite a mouthful!) Its a demanding plant, well to get it to carpet anyway, needs plenty of light, co2 and nutrients. In low light tanks it tends to grow upwards.
ah no good in my tank then if it needs more light to carpet, as with the tannin in my tank lighting is reduced the further down of course .
i have been trying to remove the tannin to see if i can increase the lighting towards the bottom but nothing is working, i have used filter floss , and done 50 % water change every week and still tannin is produced. so i am assuming its coming from the large mangrove root ? cant think of anywhere else its coming from.