Ludwigia palustris bunch
This cosmopolitan stem plant turns red easier and is smaller than the well-known Ludwigia repens .
Each stalk becomes 2-4 cm wide and 10-30 cm high. The plant willingly creates side shoots, but cutting increases the amount and the plant becomes even denser. The cut-off shoots quickly generate new roots when planted.
The plant becomes intensely red and grows better, when placed in light and with added CO2.
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Ludwigia palustris is a species of flowering plant in the evening primrose family known by the common names marsh seedbox, Hampshire-purslane and water purslane. This is an aquatic or semiaquatic perennial herb which grows in moist to wet to flooded areas. It is sometimes a weed. Wikipedia
Scientific name: Ludwigia palustris
With High Light this plant will turn Red
Growth rate: Medium
Height: 10 - 30+
Light demand: Medium to moderate
Co2: Will benefit but not required