Thank you so much for that. Didn't even know there is a 'Singapore' variation. Just did some massive google readings on both variations. Since they both share the same lineage as the ubiquitous Rotala rotundifolia, do all three share the same growth rate and ease of care as well? They're not fussy like the various forms of R. macrandra right?
I am thinking of mixing them with my existing R. rotundifolia stand and would rather not have uneven, raggedy growths. For such a common plant, this thing is so satisfying to grow. :laugh2: