Overview: Rotala rotundifolia ‘Green’ is a beautiful green color specie of the Rotala family that develops its peculiar color in high light intensity. It originated in Southeast Asia and belongs to the Lythraceae family. Rotala is a bushy plant characterized by long delicate stems. Leaves are round in shape and can vary in color, depending upon the light provided to them.
Since Rotala is a prolific grower, it produces side shoots readily, helping you create the stunning aquascape of your choice. It can be used as a midground or background plant.
Advantages: Since we have developed the tissue culture plant of Rotala rotundifolia ‘Green’ under in-vitro conditions, their quality is superlative. As they have been grown and developed under controlled conditions, the chances of pest infestation are null. Therefore, adding a tissue culture plant of Rotala Rotundifolia to an established aquarium is safe and risk-free. Try to maintain water conditions within the limit to prevent the plants from coming under stress.
Care: We deliver Rotala Rotundifolia ‘Green’ in a properly packed condition. Clean the plant to get rid of the tissue culture gel before introducing it into the tank. It is an unavoidable practice. You can remove the tissue culture gel by cleaning the plant under water or by simply removing the gel with your hands. Plant them a few centimeters apart to obtain bushy growth.
Light requirements: Rotala rotundifolia ‘Green’ requires medium to high light conditions that help it thrive and spread profusely in the tank.
pH requirement: It can range between 4 and 7.
Other requirements: When it comes to specific requirements, Rotala is an undemanding plant. There is no special requirement for fertilizers, carbon dioxide, and substrate composition. However, one thing that Rotala enjoys is plenty of direct light. It is what helps the plant obtain its flashy bright green color.
You can add iron and NO3 to the plant to avoid stunting.