Hygrophila guanensis

  • Dimensions: up to 50cm
  • Model: p2020735
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Hygrophila guanensis is an easy growing plant ideal for beginners to aquarium plants. Looks best planted in groups, the broad leaves are decorative and attractive and under the right light become slightly red in tones.

Can grow up to 50cm tall in ideal conditions.

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by Andy P. on 5/9/2019

As always some excellent healthy plants. I particularly like that they are shipped with the basket so you are able to remove this and the rockwool to trim the roots before planting. When you buy elsewhere and they are sent without the basket to save on postage you often find the roots have been damaged which would be ok if they were put straight in the aquarium but not when they then spend a day or two in the post.

by Jon S. on 16/8/2019

Very nice plant.

by Linda R. on 1/11/2018

Good quality plants as usual. I am a big fan of hygrophilas as some I bought from AE have lasted years with regular pruning. They seem to be very happy in my fairly hard water and these are no exception.

by BRYAN A. on 3/10/2018

Arrived promptly and well packed. No damage and looked very healthy. Been planted a couple of weeks and no problems at all - my Ottos seem to like it.

by Fiona H. on 20/4/2018

This is a beautiful and bushy plant with bright green leaves. A welcome addition to the tank and very decorative. We do have to be very specific where we plant them however, because if they're in the wrong place , the yoyo coaches dig them up!

by martin h. on 21/2/2018

Look great in my tank, looking very healthy

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