Hygrophila rosae australis

  • Stock: 24 units in stock
  • Dimensions: up to 50cm
  • Model: P2020765
  • Origin: South East Asia
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Originating from India the Hygrophila rosea australis is a beautiful stem plant capable of reaching heights of up to 60 cm given the right conditions. In low lighting aquariums the growth will be slow but in high light aquariums the growth is much faster and the plant more decorative.

This plant looks great planted in a group of three and planted amongst rocks or wood.

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by ian d.
Fast grower and with ferts and root tabs nearly at the surface after a few weeks.Good quality plant as per usual with Aquaessentials

by ian d.
very healthy plant and bigger than I expected.Really thriving lots of new growth.Best plant site around,never had a problem.

by John H.
First Class Plant provided

by Robert S.
Beautiful plant, good quality !!! Fully recommend!

by Daniel C.
Arrived quickly and well packaged. A lovely strong looking plant with good root structure. It has been planted in my aquarium for 2 weeks and is flourishing.

by Patricia K.
Lovely high quality plants, well packaged for transit, growing well.

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hi, I have one of these in my tank, I was just wondering if you could advise me. the most top leaves seem to be, shrivelled on the edges and turning slightly reddish in colour, I was wondering if you know what the cause for this is? .. I have a plant fertilizer substrate which is really high in nutrients ( know from past experience ) and tomorrow am going to set up co2 in my tank and add root tabs.


Any negative signs on plants indicates a deficiency. Normally CO2, sometimes fertilisers. What fertiliser are you using and how often. Are you using any CO2?

could you please tell me when will this plant be in stock


We don't know - growers have been out of stock for weeks

When this plant starts producing roots from a stem, can these stems then be cut and re-planted?


they can

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