Rotala Rotundifolia Orange. Regarding the 'orange juice' i was a little suspicious if it's really new because there's apparently a number of very red or orange rotala rotundifolia forms besides colorata, e.g. High light levels, good fertilization and added co2 will induce almost exclusively creeping growth and a warm, rich orange coloration.
This particular variety of rotala has bright orange coloration. Rotala rotundifolia 'orange juice' is one of the new varieties of rotala rotundifolia species. The plant can be grown submersed or emersed, and its emersed form will produce rounder leaves.
It Is Probably A Variation Of Rotala Rotundifolia And Has Much Resemblance To Rotala Sp.
Rotala 'h’ra' has rather narrow leaves and an overhanging or creeping growth. It forms side shoots willingly, becoming compact and bushy. Rotala rotundifolia ‘orange’ quantity add to cart sku:
It Looks Best When Planted In The Background With The Rotala Rotundifolia ‘Green’ To Bring Contrast To.
This is caused by a mutation. Thank you for the explicit information, massimo! The leaves are an orange color.
It Is Undemanding, Tolerant Of A Wide Range Of Water Parameters And Easy To Care For.
Elle dévoile sa véritable beauté comme bon. High light levels, good fertilization and added co2 will induce almost exclusively creeping growth and a warm, rich orange coloration. Rotala rotundifolia orange juice scientific name:
It Was Named After Orange Juice Because It Has Orange, And Light Pink Colors On The Stems No Matter When They Grow Emerged Or Are Submerged.
The spectacular shape and color of this plant is best seen when it is grown submerged under high. The best part about this plant is that under ordinary lighting too, it develops its colors. Aquarium plants , background plants , easy , red plants , stem tags:
This Particular Variety Of Rotala Has Bright Orange Coloration.
A stunning variety (first cultivated in italy) of the perennially popular and beautiful rotala rotundifolia that produces an intense orange coloration in good conditions vs. The reddish pink coloration of normal rotala rotundifolia. L'amateur de botanique italien massimo iannella avait sélectionné en 2014 quelques tiges colorées intéressantes issues d'un groupe de rotala rotundifolia colorata et multiplié les pousses oranges peu ordinaires.