Blyxia aubertii is a great aquatic plant to provide the grass-like look in a planted aquarium. The long slender leaves of Blyxa aubertii float in the current of your planted aquarium.
This may be difficult to grow as the lighting levels ought to be excessive to make sure healthy growth. They do require gentle, acidic water and the substrate should be full of nutrients. Healthful plants need to produce as much as one hundred leaves and the flower stems need to rise to the water surface. The flora are very small and many keepers will get rid of those stems in order not to block the lighting from the mother plant.