Hygrophila Compacta is in the family of some of the fastest growing aquarium plants, however it tends to stay short with wide leaves. Hygrophila Compacta as has wider leaves then the typical Hygrophila Siamensis 53b variant. Hygrophila Compacta's leaves will sometimes turn a dark brownish-red or yellow under bright light. To propagate Hygrophila Compacta just cut the stem in half horizontally and replant the portion you cut off.
Care Level: Easy
Lighting Requirement: Low
Co2: Not needed
Growth Rate: Fast
Tank Placement: Midground
Tank Size: Hygrophila Compacta is good plant for tanks of 10 gallons or more typically as the leaves have a large spread.
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