Hygrophila corymbosa "Parvifolia Green"
- Medium tall, compact growth
- Broad, light green leaves
- Medium light demand
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Plants of the genus Hygrophila which are cultivated emersedly can occaisonally show small, firm tissue overgrowths ("pustules") on their upper and lower leave side. These are completely harmless and not caused by pest infestation or disease. On newly sprouted submerged leaves these spots will no longer appear.
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This plant is labeled by the nursery Aquaflora (Netherlands) as Nomaphila siamensis 'Parvifolia Green'. It resembles Hygrophila corymbosa 'Kompakt' (also traded as Nomaphila siamensis 'Parvifolia') but has a larger overall size. The quite broad submerged leaves are light green, the stems relatively compact and multi-branched. The plant is normally delivered in its emersed (terrestrial) form, having darker foliage.
This Hygrophila has a moderate growth rate and is quite undemanding. At least medium lighting and good nutrient, especially Potassium supply is recommended. Occasional pruning contributes to a dense, bushy growth of this stem plant.
Hygrophila corymbosa "Parvifolia Green" is a still little known selection of H. corymbosa that looks especially well as a bush in the midground.
Please be aware that the bunch/potted variation of this plant could contain snails and other invertebrates.
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