Hygrophila Corymbosa 'Compacta' (Super Easy Low Light Foreground Aquarium Plant)
Hygrophila Compact is an EASY low growing aquarium plant
AS OF 6-2-22 these are near perfect.
They are just starting to show the pink and coloration from green. ROOTED AND HEALTHY
It releases these gorgeous burgundy leaves from its tops that ruffle like Parawitota! It doesn't need a lot of light nor does it need heavy Co2 doses! This plant will run in most peoples tank really easily! This Hygrophila loves to shoot out side shoots and makes it easy to watch it flourish!
We have enjoyed watching this plant easily convert to below water growth with these almost "pom pom" like leaves along the stem.
ON a scale from 1 to 10 I rate this 3 on hard to keep scale! These plants were started above water but are now well on their way to growing well under water in your aquarium!
Outer leaves will melt in your tank and come back twice as hard!
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Try out our other great foreground plants! Or give our Hygrophila Stricta a shot!
Don't Forget To Buy our Growth Juice and Iron Supplements for your plants!!
I have bought plants from Dustin's Fish Tanks twice now, and will definitely continue to do so. This time in the dead of winter and fantastic quality!!
The plants I ordered came in very quickly and despite the winter up there, with the heat packs, they were in good shape.
I ordered four different types of plants for my 55 gallon tank. They all arrived healthy and we'll packed! Very pleased!
Another great find for my aquarium, looks really good.
This was my second purchase for this plant. It is simply beautiful. When it arrives, it is very small, and it looks really delicate. On my first purchase, I thought, "Oh, this won't last." I bought the first plant in Dec., and now it is full and gorgeous. I have had planted aquariums for years, but I have not been good at keeping any plants. I have just learned (lol), that I do better with plants that feed through their leaves versus plants that feed through stems. I also use a liquid fertilizer, but I was using that before and was still killing plants, so that is nothing new. When you plant it, it looks like it will struggle, it is very unassuming. Then, before you know it, "Voilà." It is full and growing and GORGEOUS!