The Furled Papyrus is a small plant composed of furled, shiny leaves sitting atop a purple flower-shaped base, with shades of red spiraling up the rolls.
The function of the distinctive curled leaves on this aquatic plant is not immediately clear. It is possible the leaves unfurl in low-light conditions, or that they are designed to channel water currents through the main body of the plant, thus enhancing nutrient take-up.
- Furled Papyrus was originally called the Red Roll Plant.
- The Egyptians wrote on Papyrus