Aquarium Plants Factory

Ludwigia sp. Red Skeleton

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Ludwigia Rubin 'Red Skeleton' is a rare mutation of Ludwigia repens 'Rubin'. Red stems, red under-leaf, and green upper-leaf with yellow striped variegated leaves with skeleton pattern. Often confused with Ludwigia sp. Atlantis is a mutation of Ludwigia Repens. Ludwigia sp. Red Skeleton is truly a unique, eye-catching aquatic plant that will stand out in any planted aquarium and aquascape design. Here at Aquarium Plants Factory, we successfully cultivate this species and we are one of the first aquatic plant nurseries to offer this species in the United States. This mutation is stable, which means when they reproduce, the babies' plants also similar to their parents and had a high chance of variegated genes. When grow submerged, Ludwigia Red Skeleton turns into a beautiful deep red, similar to ruby, red wine color. It is an easy growing plant and very easy to turn to red color even in moderate lighting.
  • Sold as Fresh-cut Plants, Bunched plants, or Potted plants
  • Fresh-cut plants | 3+ stems, loose fresh-cut plants
  • Bunched plants | 3+ fresh-cut plants with foam, and lead weight
  • Potted plants | 3+ fresh-cut plants with net pot and rock wool

BUY 2 GET 1 FREE* PROMOTION | Simply buy 2 quantities, we will send you 1 extra for free on eligible purchases. Offer valid on the same type of plant, and on the same transaction only.

Pictures are not the actual plants you will receive, but a sample representation. Unless specific, we don't guarantee aquatic plants will be grow emerged, or submerge. 

    CO2: Not Required
    Growth Rates: Medium
    Difficulty Level: Beginner
    Nutrient Substrate: Recommended
    Lighting Requirements: Medium-High

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    Nairi Bagramian
    Amazing

    Arrived in two days and looks exactly like the picture. There is no browning and the plants are super healthy

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    Kat
    Pending

    As of now ( 5 days later ) they are still alive and doing well ! No sour smell or browning on arrival :) by beta is quite happy