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Hygrophila corymbosa

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Hygrophila corymbosa

Hygrophila corymbosa  Introduction it is known as low maintenance and popular plant among hobbyists. It is commonly called as temple plant, starhorn, and giant Hygro. It belongs to the family Acanthaceae and scientifically it is known by two names; Hygrophila corymbosa and Nomaphila corymbosa. It has many variants available in the market. The most acclaimed ones are Glabra, Fineleaf, Red, Stricts, Aroma, Crispa, and Strigosa. The plant is adaptable to verse parameters that is why for hobbyists who are just starting in the aquaculture hobby. Origin/Habitat The plant is native to southeast Asian countries like Singapore, Malaysia, India, Thailand, and Indonesia. Although it is...

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