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A classic amongst the Cryptocorynes. The Yellow Water Trumpet from Sri Lanka was originally called Cryptocoryne lutea. It is named after its yellow spathe that develops when the plant grows emersed. This medium-sized Cryptocoryne is as easy as its close relatives C. wendtii und C. beckettii.
|Synonyms||Cryptocoryne lutea Alston|
|Complete botanical name||Cryptocóryne wálkeri Schott|
|Usage||Midground, Foreground, group|
|pH value||5 - 8|
|Temperature tolerance||15 - 29°C|
|Carbonate hardness||1 - 18°dKH|
|Propagation||Runners, Rhizomteilung, Splitting, cutting off daughter plants|
|Can grow emersed?||yes|
|Cryptocoryne lutea Alston|
|Complete botanical name|
|Cryptocóryne wálkeri Schott|
|Midground, Foreground, group|
|5 - 8|
|15 - 29°C|
|1 - 18°dKH|
|Runners, Rhizomteilung, Splitting, cutting off daughter plants|
|Can grow emersed?|