Narrowleaf Ludwigia - Ludwigia palustris
The Narrowleaf Ludwigia (Ludwigia palustris) has reddish-green leaves that are narrow and elongated. The reddish color may fade under insufficient lighting.
Bunched plants are typically sold as cuttings that are bound together with a metal plant weight or rubber bands. These individual stalks can be planted by inserting the end of the stalk into the substrate, either individually or - with some plants - in groupings of several stalks. Most bunch plants do not have roots but may grow roots in time. They can be easily pruned by trimming the stalk at the desired height. The trimmings can then be planted as well if desired. Some bunched plants do not need to be planted and may be allowed to float on the water's surface.
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|Common Name||Narrowleaf Ludwigia|
|Scientific Name||Ludwigia palustris|
|Light Intensity||Moderate to High|
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