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Ludwigia Arcuata

A beautiful plant from Virginia and Florida of North America. They grow prostrate on wet lands with erect tips. Aerial leaves (0.5-2CM long and about 0.25CM broad) are alternate, lanceolate and green in colour. The stem will be erect when they grow submerged. The submerged leaves are longer and narrower, and develop brick red to reddish brown colour. This elegant plant is really an eye catcher when planted in the middle or in the corners of aquarium.

Ludwigia Inclinata Cuba White Edge

A very decorative plant originating from South America. The yellow orange leaves (1-5CM long and 0.3-1.2CM broad) are opposite, elliptical and undulating. Flowers are yellow with four petals. Lateral branches often develop from the axes of leaves.

Ludwigia Ovalis

This fragile plant is a native of Japan, Thailand and China. It has an upright stem with opposite leaves. The gently wavy leaves (1.5-2.7CM long and 0.8-1.4 CM broad) are alternate, oval and brownish green. Like Ludwigia inclinata, this species also require bright light otherwise, they will drop their leaves. They are ideal mid- ground specimens.

Ludwigia Palustris Green

This species inhabits in the marshy areas of North America, North Africa, Asia, and Europe. The opposite green leaves with red on the underside are attached to the stem with a short petiole. The submerged leaves are slightly shorter and narrower. These plants should be pruned regularly in order to make them more bushy and also to prevent dense growth across the surface of water. Another form, Ludwigia Palustris green has leaves which are bright green in colour. They can be planted in the aquarium in a group of 4-6 in the middle of the tank.

Ludwigia Palustris Red

This species inhabits in the marshy areas of North America, North Africa, Asia, and Europe. The opposite green leaves with red on the underside are attached to the stem with a short petiole. The submerged leaves are slightly shorter and narrower. These plants should be pruned regularly in order to make them more bushy and also to prevent dense growth across the surface of water. Ludwigia Palustris Red is a plant which turns to red easily and it is a bit smaller than Ludwigia Repens Rubin. Every shoot becomes 3-4 CM wide and 9-29 CM high. This plant happily creates side stalks, but trimming increases the amount of the leaves, and makes the plant denser.

Ludwigia Peruensis

This species inhabits in the marshy areas of North America, North Africa, Asia, and Europe. The opposite green leaves with red on the underside are attached to the stem with a short petiole. The submerged leaves are slightly shorter and narrower. These plants should be pruned regularly in order to make them more bushy and also to prevent dense growth across the surface of water. Another form, Ludwigia palustris green has leaves which are bright green in colour. They can be planted in the aquarium in a group of 4-6 in the middle of the tank.

Ludwigia Peruensis Diamor

This species grows in wetland areas in Taiwan. The upright stem with alternate leaves can reach 40CM in height. The leaves are reddish green to deep red, lanceolate and 4-7CM long and about 1.8 CM broad. They are ideal mid-ground plants.

Ludwigia Repens

They are found in marshes and shallow waters in Southern United States, Central America and in the Caribbean Islands. A very polymorphic plant and it exhibits this character from one area to another. They readily cross with other species of this genius, hence identification of sub species and geographical varieties is difficult. This plant has two leaf forms, one with round leaves slightly elongated and the other with lanceolate leaves. These two forms also appear in different colours, either with green or with red leaves. The leaves are 2-3CM long and 1.5-2.5CM broad. Like other species this one is also suitable to mid-ground position.

Ludwigia Repens Rubin

They are found in marshes and shallow waters in Southern United States, Central America and in the Caribbean Islands. A very polymorphic plant and it exhibits this character from one area to another. They readily cross with other species of this genius, hence identification of sub species and geographical varieties is difficult. This plant has two leaf forms, one with round leaves slightly elongated and the other with lanceolate leaves. These two forms also appear in different colours, either with green or with red leaves. The leaves are 2-3CM long and 1.5-2.5CM broad. Like other species this one is also suitable to mid-ground position.