Rotala Rotundifolia 'Orange Juice' is one of the new varieties of Rotala Rotundifolia species. It was named after Orange Juice because it has orange, light pink colors on the stems no matter when they grow emerged or submerged. Like other Rotala Rotundifolia species, it looks very similar to each other. It's very hard to ID them once they mix up. So it's best to label them if you want to start a Rotala Rotundifolia collection.
Sold as a Small Bare-root Plant, Bunched plant, or Potted plant
Fresh-cut plants | Loose plants, fresh-cut with 6 stems
Bunched plants | 6+ fresh-cut plants with foam, and lead weight
Potted plants | 6+ fresh-cutplants with net pot and rock wool
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CO2: Recommended Growth Rates:Medium - Fast Difficulty Level: Intermediate Nutrient Substrate: Required Lighting Requirements:Medium - High