Rotala sp. Araguaia (Red Cross) Rotala sp. Araguaia (Red Cross)

Common Name: Rotala red cross

Family Name: Lythraceae

Origin: Vietnam

Height: 8-11”

pH: 5-7.5

Care: Difficult

Light: High

Co2: Necessary

Propagation: Cuttings

Growth rate: Medium

Rotala Red Cross is a new, rare plant in the hobby that makes a delicate and dramatic back or mid-ground accent. This stem plant has thin, spiky leaves that typically grow from an ascending rather than upright stem. The coloration of the plant is a gradient from light green to yellow, with orange leaf tips on the upper half of the plant. High lighting will yield the most vivid coloration in these plants, as well as nutrient rich soil and high CO2 levels. This plant can be grown emersed or submersed. To achieve propagation take a cutting from one of the plant’s side shoots or axial roots and re-plant into the substrate.

Common Name: Rotala red cross

Family Name: Lythraceae

Origin: Vietnam

Height: 8-11”

pH: 5-7.5

Care: Difficult

Light: High

Co2: Necessary

Propagation: Cuttings

Growth rate: Medium

Rotala Red Cross is a new, rare plant in the hobby that makes a delicate and dramatic back or mid-ground accent. This stem plant has thin, spiky leaves that typically grow from an ascending rather than upright stem. The coloration of the plant is a gradient from light green to yellow, with orange leaf tips on the upper half of the plant. High lighting will yield the most vivid coloration in these plants, as well as nutrient rich soil and high CO2 levels. This plant can be grown emersed or submersed. To achieve propagation take a cutting from one of the plant’s side shoots or axial roots and re-plant into the substrate.

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Shipping
Because we love our plants so much and don't want to let them go, we only ship on Monday. Just kidding!
For the safety of these magical plants, we only ship Monday through Wednesday. For the aquascaping community on the West Coast, we will ship Monday through Thursday.

Rimless aquariums will be shipped via UPS Ground. For More information, please visit our shipping page under Our Guarantees.

Returns

Hardgoods can be returned up to 30 days after purchase. Buyer will have to pay for return shipping.

We are unable to accept returns for perishable items such as plants or livestock. However, feel free to reach out to us if you are unsatisfied in any way! We do provide 100% DOA (Dead On Arrival) protection.

To be eligible for a refund/store credit, you must provide a picture of the item within 12 hours of receiving the item sealed in its original packaging.


Refunds

Don’t worry, we’ll take care of your order as long as it fits in the guidelines above!

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My order disaster

I have already been in touch with you guys and a replacement package is currently being put together. So here is the update on my end, Mini Bolbitus looks good, no leaves left on my Aridarum Narrow leaf
Rotala sp arugula just continued to wither away to nothing everything above the substrate just rotted and floated away
The echinodorus Ozelot left me with one plant that has two leaves left with one half yellow, and the Echinodorus xinguensis is hanging on by a thread. Last but not least the Fissidens Fontana I am guessing will pull through all whither and very dark green. Do you guys ever use Styrofoam boxes when you ship this may help a bit
Hope this helps
Thanks Stephen Trombacco

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