- - Rotala wallichii
|Blaxicanlatino ||01-30-2011 03:59 PM |
does anyone have any experience with this plant? I wanted to buy some for my aquascape of one of my tanks.
Its a 10 gallon tank with 30 watts over it flourite sand and dosed weekly with seachem flourish.
i have done my own personal research of this plant, however, research doesnt care from experienced vets with this plant ^^
|Blaxicanlatino ||01-30-2011 09:17 PM |
guess not 0_0
|redchigh ||01-31-2011 02:16 PM |
I tried it... It didn't do too hot, but they were in a tank that nothing grows well in. I've been meaning to try it again.
Under my light, the apearence of the plant changed to something more like rotala indica though.
|aunt kymmie ||01-31-2011 03:05 PM |
My experience was the same as Red's, it started looking like indica and then it just withered to the point where I yanked it from the tank. I was running 1.3 watts per gallon of 6700K light, dosing weekly with Flourish Comprehensive, in a sand substrate. I think that plant requires high light. Your 10gl sounds like it has alot of light, you may as well try the plant and then let us know how it does! :-)
|Blaxicanlatino ||01-31-2011 05:16 PM |
i have a bunch of red ludwigia in my tank that take up the entire back left corner of the tank but i honestly dont like how they look. dont get me wrong,, the shiny leaves with the blood red color is amazing but.... i just dont like it! lol thats why i wanted to substitute it for the wallichii. unless anyone else has any suggestions ^^
|redchigh ||02-01-2011 12:03 PM |
pretty much, if you want red plants in a low tech tank, your options are ludwigea, crypt wendtii, and possibly prosperinica palustrus.
|Blaxicanlatino ||02-05-2011 11:29 AM |
i wanna get the wallichii but it snowed here in big ball texas and the roads are frozen solid T_T so now i have to wait T_T
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