Help Me Identify This Plant Please

  1. Rana Member Member

    Attached pictures. Please let me know what it is. And it has grown pretty long. Can I cut the top and replant it? And I have some cabomba ..can I cut the top and replant the cabomba too?

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  2. vin Well Known Member Member

  3. Rana Member Member

    What about cutting and replanting? And with cabomba?
  4. vin Well Known Member Member

    Not sure. You can certainly try it. You could always take a clipping and try and root it in a separate container. give it a little fertilizer and some sunlight and see what happens. The worst that can happen is that it doesn't work.

  5. Jocelyn Adelman Fishlore VIP Member

    Rotala indica/rotundifolia (often sold as each other mislabeled).
    Yes, for this and the cambomba you can cut it back and replant.
  6. MaeKay Member Member

    Yes, cut the cabomba and replant. Mine I swear grows at least an inch a week and I'm running a low tech tank with root tabs in inert sand substrate. I've tried both floating it to let it develop roots or just sticking the freshly cut stems straight into the sand and it does fine both ways. I've only had them for a couple months and I already have enough to start selling and I'm getting ready to trim them again.