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This form of Rotala rotundifolia was found in Fujian (Fukien) province in southeastern China. It has a more robust appearance compared to several other Rotala rotundifolia variants; the submerged leaves are relatively broad and develop slightly orange colours. Comparable to the "regular" R. rotundifolia it has a rather upright growth habit.
As well as other forms of the variable species Rotala rotundifolia, 'Fujian' is a quite easy, fast growing stem plant. However it looks best with rather strong lighting and good nutrient and CO2 supply. Regular trimming enhances a more branched, bushy growth.
Rotala rotundifolia 'Fujian' looks well as a group in the midground and background of not too small aquariums.
Please be aware that the submerse form of this plant could contain snails and other invertebrates.