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Rotala Wallichii - Set of 2 Bunches

$7.95
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Description

Minimum Lighting Required: Medium
Temperature Range: 64-82°F 
Tank Placement: Midground

Rotala Wallichii, sometimes referred to as Whorly Rotala, originates from Southeast Asia.  It exhibits reddish to brown to pink color delicate or needle-like looking leaves.  This plant looks best when planted in groups.  It can be used both as a midground or background plant.  R. Wallichii grows fast but may need regular trimmings to keep it nice and tidy.  The plants need moderate to high lighting and will appreciate regular fertilization.  When kept under good conditions and planted in groups, this plant will provide spectacular and contrasting pinkish/reddish background to your aquarium.    

Reviews (7)

  • 4
    Plant

    Posted by Stephanie Luke on 13 Mar 2021

    I've ordered a few plants in the past that were beautiful, but this one wasn't. I'm hoping it will come out of it.

  • 5
    So pretty!!

    Posted by Armando on 12 Jan 2021

    Very pretty plant, arrived healthy and seems to be acclimating great in my tank. 5 stars!!

  • 5
    Beautiful

    Posted by PRISELLA OLIVEIRA on 26 Dec 2020

    I was surprised how much I like this plant. It flows in the water so beautifully. Wish I would have purchased one more bunch of these. They arrived EXACTLY like the photo. Everything Healthy. They were dipped and added to my 20 gallon.

  • 5
    Product showed up on time & it good shape!

    Posted by william swafford on 5 Nov 2020

    Plants are new to tank so I can't review growth or overall yet

  • 5
    Gorgeous!

    Posted by Katie on 11 May 2020

    Been in my tank less than a week and already has visible growth. Amazing!

  • 5
    Extremely satisfied

    Posted by Dennis on 26 Feb 2020

    The tip of the stems were emergent growth but the aquatic form burst through incredibly quickly! Looks lovely and speaks volumes about the care taken for these plants.

  • 4
    Rotala Wallichii

    Posted by Robert Simpson on 26 Feb 2020

    good looking plants a little sparse