Ludwigia Repens (Absolutely Stunning Aquarium Plant)

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 Ludwigia Repens is awesome if you want a plant that doesn’t look like all of your other plants and is easy to grow, and looks great under a variety of conditions…..Ludwigia is that plant. Ludwigia Repens is the species I have kept the longest and it has brought me much joy over the year. I have been keeping it about 5 years and don’t ever intend on not having at least some of it around.

This plant has been grown above water! It is usually sunk for about 4 or 5 days before getting to you and usually starts to take on new roots down and up the stem before it melts it's old leaves and grows new ones! This process usually only takes about 2 weeks with these plants so you should see them bounce back twice as hard really quick!

It’s main attraction for me is its flexibility to a variety of water types, substrates and lighting. I have had it under bright lights (250 watts on 125g) Ludwigia takes a little while to get adjusted to your tank and might even loose all of its leaves, but it will come back. I have seen it come back from only a few leaves to be a thriving plant. The Ludwigia you are getting has been individually planted down into dirt and may or may not have rooted yet, but it is a much healthier plant because of this.

4-5 Stems or cuttings with roots of Ludiwigia Repens. NOTE: Ludwigia is one of the few plants that I hand wrap in paper and ship out. You won't be disappointed.

I've kept it in low light, (one single strip on a 75) and floating on the surface of a 75. It did well everywhere, obviously under better conditions it grew better, but it never really stopped growing regardless. Ludwigia Repens has been my gauge for how much iron to add to my tanks. When it is darker and purple underneath the iron is good, lighter, add more iron. It’s easy to cut and propagate. Typically if it is growing long and tall I’ll hack it where it’ll have a long stem to grow down into the substrate. This will make the plant fuller and look better. Although I keep it in my 40 high with only one strip and natural sunlight where it grows straight up and down, no side action… It also is great to break up an aquascape. The contrast of it with a long tall and skinny plant is great. I have kept it with swords, jungle val. Ect. This is a must have plant. It takes everything you throw at it, and grows well…

Care Scale of 1-10:

2 (grows better in good substrate or you can plant in plain gravel)

Don't Forget To Buy our Growth Juice and Iron Supplements for your plants!!


Grows fine in low light, but will give you a more light green and taller look. Under better lighting and higher iron will grow much more RED.

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Jacob Wells
Looks amazing

The plant looks great. The bundle The give you has a great amount in it. Spread it out in a couple of tanks. Will definetlly buy again.

Stanley Hyman

Planted Ludwigia next to one of the special 5 for $19.99 sale plants and it's beautiful. They are both at least 12 inches tall. They are in a 180 gallon tank. I hope they grow to the top which is about 28 inches from the top of the substrate. I never used plant food but I'm wondering if that would make a significant positive difference.

Tim Dunlap
Nice plants

Nice healthy plant.Thank you


Great plants in great shape!

Steve C.
Great plants!

When I started my planted tank, I began with a few "brand name" plants from one of the big box pet stores. They didn't have much of a selection, and I ended up with just a few plants, when I wanted that "jungle look". One day an ad for DFT popped up on Facebook, and checked out their website: the photos looked great, the prices were good, and there were lots of good reviews, so I thought I'd pick out a nice selection. They were delivered quickly, in good condition, and wow -- they looked great! (And still do, now in my tank.) Big, full plants, which made my big box store plants look anemic. And there were extras, as well. I did notice that there was one plant type I ordered that didn't get included, and I thought maybe they sent the extras in lieu of that one. I contacted them, and heard back right away: no, the missing plants were just overlooked. They apologized and sent them out within a couple of days. These also came well packed and in good condition - along with another "extra" plant - and are now in residence in my tank. Meanwhile, the plants I received first appear to be growing like crazy already! I definitely have that jungle look now! I'm very happy with DFT, and would happily buy from them again and heartily recommend them!