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Rotala Hra

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Rotala Hra originally from Vietnam commonly known as Rotala Rotundifolia Hra or Rotala sp. H'ra. It was named after the Gia Lai province in Vietnam.
It has beautiful pink, orange, red color when planted in a rich based nutrient environment, CO2 and strong lighting.
  • Sold as a bunched plant. Fresh cut, 6+ stems with a lead weight.
  • Pictures are not the actual plants you will receive, but a sample representation.
  • BUY 2 GET 1 FREE* -Simply buy 2, we will send you 1 extra for free on eligible purchases. Offer valid on the same plant and the same transaction only.
Origin: Gia Lai, Vietnam
CO2: Recommended
Growth Rates: Medium
Difficulty Level: Beginner
Nutrient Substrate: Required
Lighting Requirements: Medium-High

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    R.C.
    Came better than pictured.

    Great quality plants. Thank you.

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    S.
    Growing strong

    I received a great deal of rotala, more than I expected! Leaves did experience some melting, but out of four different plants it was the only one and no big deal, still a nice pink color. Will always order with APF.

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    S.T.
    Stunning

    The current sale going on so so motivational, I was so pleased with both the shipping, quality and quantity of my order I will be placing orders weekly as long as the sale is going on

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    NICE

    Nice healthy packaged well plants

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    D.C.
    Growing quickly and look great

    These shipped in nice groups and have already begun to grow. Very beautiful plant with lots of color

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    R.S.
    B E A utiful

    Arrived in immaculate condition, dropped it into my fertile substrate and the next morning ... voila ... it sprang to life. Can't wait to see it after it's been in there for a week or two.

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