|Scientific Name||Hygrophila corymbosa "Compact"|
|Others Name||Лимонник Компакта Hygrophila corymbosa Гигрофила коримбоза компакт Гигрофила щитковидная|
|Temperature||18 - 30 °C|
|pH||5 - 7.5|
|General hardness||0 - 30 °dGH|
|Carbonate hardness||2 - 18 °dKH|
Hygrophila of corymbosa CD (Hygrophila corymbosa) - aquarium plant. Known as lemongrass dwarf. Recommended for cultivation for the beginners because they do not require complex care, has excellent decorative qualities. The leaves can be different shades of green ranging from bright green, ending with bronze. Recommended for use in all aquariums.
The plant has a very short stem, leaves close to each other, petioles almost absent. Numerous side shoots, enhance the compact appearance. Can grow in a humid environment of the greenhouse, and in a submerged condition. In the first case, the leaves are a dark brownish green color. When placed in aqueous medium are gradually becoming light green with a silvery lower surface.
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