Rotala sp. 'nanjenshan'

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SKU:
APA-BP110
$4.39
(6 reviews)
Weight:
0.10 LBS
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A nice addition to the bunch plant line. This aquarium plant has a fluorescent green color and will tolerate lower levels of light. Rotala "Nanjenshan" will make a nice addition to any aquarium.


  • Common Name: Nanjenshan
  • Family: Lythraceae
  • Native To: Taiwan
  • Lighting: Medium
  • pH: 6-8
  • Growth Demands: Easy
  • Growth Form: Stem
  • Growth Rate: Fast
  • True Aquatic: Yes
  • Placement In Tank: Mid-Background
  • Available As: Bunch
Identifier Exists:
False

Reviews

  • 5
    nice plant...easy growing

    Posted by Robert Turner on May 14th 2022

    have purchased from you many times. My go to aquarium plant source

  • 5
    Great looking plant!!

    Posted by Isaac Hayes on Feb 9th 2021

    Great looking plant!! Nice green color, appears to be strong and healthy, which is the norm, for plants purchased from aquarium plants.com!!

  • 5
    Satisfied

    Posted by Otis on Feb 7th 2021

    When this plant arrived, we were skeptical that it would survive because of how fine the leaves are. Within one day in the tank, the plants perked up and one week later they have added 3 inches in growth. They will offer great hiding places for our community tank.

  • 4
    Grows fast.

    Posted by Ed on Mar 18th 2020

    Got this plant about 2 weeks ago. It has already grown over 2 inches. I will need to prune it back soon and plant some of the tops. Love the light green new growth contrasted with the mature darker leaves.

  • 2
    Not crazy about this plant

    Posted by No other name provided Michelle on Apr 17th 2018

    The plant has a very nice color, but it doesn't seem to be working out for my tank. The bottom portion melts back. You have to cut the top, replant and remove the bottom portion. Catches and produces a lot of debris.

  • 4
    Easy to plant.

    Posted by Derek Alderman on Jan 19th 2011

    And they look pretty good, but I think Ambulia (Limnophila indica) is a far better choice.