Ludwigia x Lacustris (Arcuata)
Ludwigia x lacustris is a very rare natural hybrid of L. brevipes and L. palustris. It is found in some locations in the east and south-east of the USA. As aquarium plant, this narrow-leaved Ludwigia is not very well-known yet.
Curiously, some of the areas where L. x lacustris occurs are outside the distribution area of L. brevipes, which is mainly found in the south-east of Virginia as well as in North and South Carolina. Where L. x lacustris occurs in nature it grows abundantly and sometimes even out populates its parent species.
Not all plants are equal. We work really hard to make sure you get the best quality plants at the best prices. What you can expect to receive are as per photos. All our plants are harvested fresh, algae free and in great health. The conversion process to submerged form starts in our grow out tanks, this ensures that your success with our plants are maximized.
Submerged: A plant grown completely below the tank’s waterline.
Emersed: A plant with growth above the tank’s waterline (leaves/stems, flowers).