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    Ludwigia inclinata var. verticillata 'Cuba'

    Cuban Ludwigia

    Ludwigia inclinata var. verticillata 'Cuba'

    Cuban Ludwigia

    • Large stem plant with stunning coloration
    • Narrow leaves, arranged in a whorl
    • Yellow, orange to red hues
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    A beautiful stem plant, which was found some time ago on the Cuban island Isla de Juventud. When cultivated submerged its shoots are densely covered by narrow leaves. Young leaves are of a coppery to brownish red under good light. In the emerged form green ovoid leaves develop, and beautiful yellow flowers. There are several local forms of Ludwigia inclinata var. verticillata; 'Cuba' is the one that is easiest to keep.

    Ludwigia inclinata var. verticillata 'Cuba' (formerly known as Ludwigia sp. 'Cuba') is a beautiful large stem plant, growing emersed as well as submersed in swampy areas on the "Isle of Youth", a small island off the south-western coast of Cuba. When cultivated above the waterline, its leaves are typical for an emersed Ludwigia, ovate and green, however, when cultivated submersed, its leaves grow out long, thin and show a marbled pattern with red and orange hues. Besides its unique appearance, this variety belongs to the species of Ludwigia inclinata, all of whose members form the same large yellow flower even though their geographical locations as well as their habit differ greatly. L. inclinata var. verticillata 'Cuba' was first introduced to the hobby by Tropica, not too long ago. (read more)

    Common namesCuban Ludwigia
    Complete botanical nameLudwígia inclináta (L. f.) Raven var. verticilláta Kasselmann
    UsageAccent (red), Background, Midground
    Aquascapingfine-leaved, very colourful plant for accents
    pH value4 - 7
    Temperature tolerance18 - 30°C
    Carbonate hardness0 - 8°dKH
    General hardness0 - 30°dGH
    Can grow emersed?yes
    Common names
    Cuban Ludwigia
    Complete botanical name
    Ludwígia inclináta (L. f.) Raven var. verticilláta Kasselmann
    Accent (red), Background, Midground
    fine-leaved, very colourful plant for accents
    pH value
    4 - 7
    Temperature tolerance
    18 - 30°C
    Carbonate hardness
    0 - 8°dKH
    General hardness
    0 - 30°dGH
    Can grow emersed?

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    Ralf M.
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    2nd January
    Ludwigia inclinata var. verticillata 'Cuba' - Bunch
    Ludwigia inclinata var. verticillata 'Cuba' - Bunch
    Cuban Ludwigia

    Habe drei große und kräftige Pflanzen in guter Qualität erhalten! Hatte innerhalb kürzester Zeit einen großen Bestand, da sie sehr schnell gewachsen ist und viele Seitentriebe... (mehr lesen)

    Daniel G.
    die Menge ist riesig aabbbeerr ...
    28th September 2015
    Ludwigia inclinata var. verticillata 'Cuba' - in Vitro XL
    Ludwigia inclinata var. verticillata 'Cuba' - in Vitro XL
    Cuban Ludwigia

    ....wenn man alles verpflanzt hat sieht es aus wie ein Bodendecker die Triebe sind alle ca.3-6cm.Die Menge ist wirklich wahnsinnig viel habe ca. 8x8cm vollgesteckt . (mehr lesen)

    Carl-Ernst Z.
    Schöne Pflanze - aber leider ....
    13th April
    Ludwigia inclinata var. verticillata 'Cuba' - Bunch
    Ludwigia inclinata var. verticillata 'Cuba' - Bunch
    Cuban Ludwigia

    Die Pflanze selbst wäre sehr schön für das Aquarium, aber leider im Bund komplett ohne Wurzeln bzw. einen Ansatz von Wurzeln erhalten. Leider sehr empfindlich (bricht leicht ab). (mehr lesen)