Ludwigia glandulosa flourishes best in high-intensity light and warmer water temperatures. To really bring out its colorful leaves, regular additions of CO2, fertiliser, and trace elements are recommended. When this plant becomes too overgrown for your aquarium, simply cut the branches or top off the plant and place it into the substrate. It will naturally reproduce by developing yellow flowers above the water’s surface that drop seeds into the substrate.
Can be dropped in pond as a weighted bunch. This plant can grow in both still and fast-flowing water where anchorage is required. This can be achieved by tying the plant to a stone or brick and placing it in running water.
Full sun- Part shade
Spring, Summer, Autumn
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