Ranunculus Inundatus

Overview:  Ranunculus Inundatus is an aquatic plant which was brought into the aquatic plant hobby in 2003. It quickly became a popular foreground plant because of its green leaf pattern, low-growing nature and beautiful umbrella characteristics. Ranunculus Inundatus is native to Australia and is a very undemanding plant. It likes moderate-high light to grow very compact. Ranunculus Inundatus grows out very quickly with only a few nodes being planted; sending runners and creating new nodes when sufficient light & nutrients are provided.

Size Portions: Ranunculus Inundatus is priced per node/plant

Lighting conditions: Medium

Difficulty or care: Easy

Placement in an aquascape: Foreground

PH: 5.0 – 6.5

Temperature: 65 – 77 F

Reproduction: Propagation is done by cutting and replanting the stem into the substrate.

Growth Rate: Moderate