Rotala rotundifolia ‘Blood Red’ One of the coolest-looking varieties of Rotala Rotundifolia that comes from southeastern China is known as Rotala Blood Red.
The leaves are like those of Rotala H’ra, which are long and narrow. Rotala Blood Red is a more demanding variety, and it should be grown with CO₂ injections and high light levels.
The leaves will turn a striking red when grown in these ideal conditions. Plants may benefit from iron supplementation in bringing out their red hues.
Rotala Blood Red is best positioned as a background or midground plant because of its vertical growth habit. The striking red hue is sure to draw attention and add depth to any aquascape.
Rotala Blood Red can grow in either submerged or emersed conditions, but there will be a transition period. Rotala Blood Red will need to be trimmed on a regular basis to keep it compact. As a means of propagation, the plant trimmings can then be replanted.
Rotala is a fast-growing plant that can be clipped to keep it from getting overgrown.
The temperature of aquarium water should be between 62 and 82 degrees Fahrenheit.
Rotala rotundifolia ‘Blood Red’
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