This new arrival was known as Ammania spec. Bonsai, but it is actually the „real“ Rotala indica. This name was mistakenly used as a synonym for Rotala rotundifolia for decades. Unlike Rotala rotundifolia, the differences between the emersed and submerged leaves of this plant are hard to see. The oval to circular leaflets are densely packed on the stem and give a very ornamental appearance. The growth is always upright, which provides interesting design possibilities. The slow growth also favours placing it in the foreground or the mid-zone of an underwater landscape. A free standing group in a Hemianthus carpet looks particularly impressive.
Show us a picture of your Rotala indica 'Bonsai' by posting it on Instagram with #RotalaDennerle and get reposted if you are lucky!
Colourful mix of 3 stem plants
In a XXL pot
Small rhizome plant
On clay amphora 10x5x7cm
Fast growing stem plant for the background
In the clay ring
Wavy-leaved new rhizome plant in pot
Sign up below to stay up to date on the latest news from Dennerle Plants and to be the first to know when new content is released. Our subscribers have the chance to win loads of prizes we give out in our weekly giveaways!
© DENNERLE PLANTS GMBHCOPYRIGHT 2023