Rotala rotundifolia (Dwarf rotala)

  • Stock: 5 units in stock
  • Dimensions: grows up to 60cm
  • Model: P2021035
  • Origin: South East Asia
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£4.99
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Description

A classic aquarium stem plant. The Rotala rotundifolia originated from Southeast Asia and the name refers to the shape of the leaves but only when it's above the water line. Once submerged, the leaves become narrow and exhibit beautiful red tones and when they sway in the current, look quite delightful.

Relatively undemanding plant, the brighter the light, the more red colours this plant displays. It readily forms side shoots and can become quite bushy. Bear in mind, this can cause make it harder for light to penetrate the lower leaves and as a result, regular trimming is recommended.

by Paul H. on 17/6/2019

Just planted this planted this plan over 2 week I have started to trim toped and plant in other places in the aquarium.

by David D. on 26/4/2019

Absolutely love this plant, it's growing really well in my low light, non-CO2 tank. Manged to split the pot into 5-6 stems, maybe more. Each stem has already shown enough growth in two weeks to allow me to trim and re-plant the cuttings.

by Terry H. on 12/11/2018

As always.. great products at great prices.. plants arrive in top condition, and growing well , Will definitely be ordering again,

by Stephen H. on 11/11/2018

Arrived well protected and in great condition. The plant has pride of place at the rear of my Nano tank.

by Martyn G. on 6/4/2018

Lots of packaging and plants came safe and sound. Plants shed quite a few leaves when first planted but settled in well now

by Tony A. on 30/1/2017

Quick delivery and in Excellant condition. This plant grows well and with regular trimming will become bushy. A great aquarium addition

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Guest
hi im after buying some rotala rotundifoli. but rhe plant you have in the picture does not look like the forementioned plant? would like to make sure before buying. thank matt

 
Staff

The picture is actually what the plant looks like in our greenhouse. I suspect you're thinking abot what the plant looks like when grown submersed (which is different).


 
Guest
Can this go in a pond?

 
Staff

In a warm country, yes!



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