Earlier known as a Victoria, this cultivar has been christened “Red Diamond.” It is believed to be a cross between E. horemanni 'red' and E. x barthii. Decorative enough to be used as a single plant, a grove of these red and green beauties can create an impressive effect in a large aquarium. The new leaves are a deep red but turn green as they mature. The stronger the light the stronger the red coloring and the longer it lasts as a leaf ages. This plant easily sends up flower stalks. After the flowering, plantlets will form and these can be gently removed form the stalk and planted when they are about 2 inches in size. A large plant will tend to develop into two rosettes at the base. These can be cut apart and each planted.