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Giant Hygrophilia


Giant Hygrophilia
© Plecosaurus
Scientific Name: Hygrophilia corymbosa
 
Range: India
 
Ease Of Keeping: Easy
 
Lighting: Medium To Bright
 
Adult Size: Up to 46cm (18 in.)
 
Aquarium Requirements: A very hardy plant that will do well in most normal aquarium conditions. This plant prefers a pH of 6.5 or higher and bright light, with temperatures above 20C (68F). It is fast growing and will grow above the water line if allowed, so regular pruning is required. The cuttings can then be planted for propagation. It has a strong woody stem with bright green lance shaped leaves. Can be grown singly or in bunches.

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