Mosaic Plant

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Will be available late April and shipped when safe for your area.

Product Overview

Mosaic Plant (Ludwigia sedioides)

The 3" round clusters of small red and green leaves make this plant a favorite. The diamond shaped leaves grow from a central radius, forming a mosaic-like pattern. Mosaic plant is intolerant of alkaline water and will die if the pH is above 8. Will thrive in warm temperatures of 70 degrees and above, in a sunny to partly shaded location. This unusual and attractive plant will spread to cover 24 inches in a single season.

Hardiness Zone: 8-11
Light Requirements: Full Sun to Part Shade
Height: Surface Plant - Spread: 12" to 24"
Water Depth: 12" to 18"

Mosaic Plant can grow roots out of any part of the stem. When planting as a bog plant part of the stem can be planted just like roots on other bog plants.

Cannot ship to PR.

For planting instructions see our: Planting Instructions for Bog Plants Page.


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  • 5
    Mosaic Plant

    Posted by PAULA BARKER on May 18th 2019

    Unusual beautiful plant as all the LilyBloom plants are, tku, Paula

  • 4
    Mosaic stems

    Posted by Pepper Morris on May 21st 2018

    These 2 little stems were put in the upper pond and stuck under 3" of gravel. Ine is already adding leaves. The other hasen't died yet but has not added leaves yet. I cannot add water lettuce to the pond as they love the water and will reproduce too fast and I have to throw away 25 plants a week. So I do hope the little mosaic's do good. They arer a cute plant.

  • 2
    Tough little plant

    Posted by Clyde Mahan on Jul 27th 2016

    When I received my plants, the package was almost completely crushed on one end. Was very concerned, but after opening and inspecting plants, only the mosaic plant was slightly damaged. One group of leaves were broken off. Tried to root them, but did not survive. However, the rest of the damaged plant is responding well and already have 2 new sets of leaf clusters.