Aponogeton undulatus is observed in still and slowly flowing, shallow waters, with nutrient-rich soils containing high iron content in several southeast Asian countries. Unlike the opposite species in the genus, it's far viviparous, that means it produces complete young plantlets on stalks, similar to the way many Echinodorus species reproduce.
These plantlets may be eliminated from the mother plant and set out on their very own inside the aquarium once they're large enough. Otherwise, the plant won't look different from many other Aponogeton. It has the everyday tuber-like rhizome and long dark-green leaves with a ruffled corner. A. undulatus have a dormant period therefore they have to be eliminated from the aquarium for a part of the yr.