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Hygrophila polysperma, (Roxburgh), T. Anderson (1867)

Origin: India and Bhutan

Height: Up to 50 cm

Light: Very high

KH: 2-15

pH: 6-8

T: 22-28

Additional: This plant is very easy to keep, and will grow in any environment. It grows extremely fast, and needs to be replaced by new cuttings every 3-4 weeks to keep a nice looking group. It can also be kept free floating.

References: Kasselmann.

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