Hygrophila corymbosa thailands

  • Stock: 8 units in stock
  • Model: P2020972
  • Origin: Asia
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Hygrophila corymbosa 'Thailand' orignated from......you guessed it, Thailand. Reaching heights of up to 50cm, this fast growing plant produces beautiful lilac flowers. Under strong light they produce reddish brown leaves where as under average light they produce green leaves.

When planting this plant in the substrate try using 2 or 3 rocks to surround the stem, this will highlight the plant and help bring out the colour.

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by Irene P.
Lovely healthy plant, going well in the aquarium.

by George G.
A beautiful plant very healthy and arrived in good shape

by Robert K.
Healthy plants, already starting to put on new growth. Excellent price as well.

by Cliff j.
Got to admit it is a stunning looking plant, even better in the flesh than the photo, it reaches out and grabs your eye. Solid, sturdy and vibrant it just seems to stand out and proclaim "I'm Here" Best and most awesome packing I have yet seen on a plant shipment, so good I have kept it to use myself.

by Donato N.
These arrived looking lovely, I'm still trying to get my co2/fertilizer dosage correct otherwise I'm sure they will be super.

by Andy T.
Once planted this plant takes off like a rocket. One of my favourite plants so far, love the shape of the leaves. Arrived in pristine condition. Wouldnt expect anything else from aquaessentials!

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My plant has small white bumps on it? Is it OK?


Yes your plant is healthy. Nomaphila stricta thai is effected by callus which only effects this plant but once it's placed under water the leaves becomes smooth and the callus disappear.

You can find more on the subject here http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Callus_%28cell_biology%29

My plants are thriving and looking stunning but I need to prune them a bit and in doing so I'd like to re-plant the cuttings. So I thought I would just check what would be the best way to trim them in order for them to regenerate?

Hack them in half and then simply replant the cutting. It's as easy as that :)

Will this plant do OK in a low tech with liquid carbon and ferts?



This lovely plant with delicate long stems and spear shaped leaves was dispatched promptly , andarrived in perfect condition due to the careful packaging.,Thankyou .

Hi, we only have gravel in the bottom of our tank. Will this plant grow in gravel?


yes - pop some root tabs under each plant (use terratabs)

Will it grow in a pond



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