Ammannia sp. 'Bonsai', identified in the trade of a cram keeping as one that is genuinely Rotala indica, is compact in size, but grows at a moderate rate. The plant produces and appears at is best when planted in small groups and trimmed off the. In order to increase the density of a group or carpet of these plants, the cuttings taken from the main plant can be replanted within the group. The more intense of light that the plant receives, the more read the stems become, with lower light levels resulting in a larger, less compact plant, which makes this plant very suitable for nano-aquariums.
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