Echinodorus Red Rubin

Overview:  Echinodorus Red Rubin, commonly known as Red Rubin, is an amphibious plant that features a red and brown leaves with streaks of green when submerged. When above water, the leaves of Echinodorus Red Rubin turn bright green in color. Echinodorus Red Rubin can benefit from addition of nutrients such as CO2, iron, and other trace elements.

Size Portions: Echinodorus Red Rubin is priced per plant

Lighting conditions: Moderate

Growth Length: up to 5 cm (length)

Difficulty or care: Easy

Placement in an aquascape: Mid-ground to background

PH: 6.5 – 7.5

Temperature: 72 – 82 F

Reproduction: Propagation is through rhizome division and replanting. Another method is by using side shoots to form a separate plant.

Growth Rate: Moderate