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Hygrophila Serphyllum 052b tc

$1449 CAD

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Hygrophila Serphyllum 052b tc

Description

Hygrophila serpyllum, commonly known as creeping Jenny, is a versatile aquatic plant ideal for aquariums. Its delicate, bright green leaves grow in pairs along thin stems that creep horizontally, creating a lush carpet effect in underwater landscapes. This plant is known for its ability to thrive in submerged conditions, making it a popular choice among aquarists looking to create natural-looking aquascapes.

In the controlled environment of an aquarium, Hygrophila serpyllum displays vibrant growth with proper lighting and nutrient supplementation.

Its small, rounded leaves often develop a reddish hue under intense light, adding visual interest to the underwater scenery.

During favorable conditions, this plant may produce tiny clusters of pale pink or lilac flowers above the water's surface, although in aquariums, it primarily serves as a lush ground cover. Its spreading growth habit helps to oxygenate the water and provide shelter for small aquatic creatures, contributing to the overall health of the aquarium ecosystem.

Hygrophila serpyllum is relatively low-maintenance once established, requiring regular pruning to maintain its compact form and prevent overcrowding. It thrives in moderate to high lighting conditions and prefers nutrient-rich substrate to support healthy growth. Aquarists appreciate its adaptability and ability to thrive in various water parameters, making it a versatile addition to both beginner and advanced aquarium setups.

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Hygrophila Serphyllum 052b tc

$1449 CAD

Hygrophila serpyllum, commonly known as creeping Jenny, is a versatile aquatic plant ideal for aquariums. Its delicate, bright green leaves grow in pairs along thin stems that creep horizontally, creating a lush carpet effect in underwater landscapes. This plant is known for its ability to thrive in submerged conditions, making it a popular choice among aquarists looking to create natural-looking aquascapes.

In the controlled environment of an aquarium, Hygrophila serpyllum displays vibrant growth with proper lighting and nutrient supplementation.

Its small, rounded leaves often develop a reddish hue under intense light, adding visual interest to the underwater scenery.

During favorable conditions, this plant may produce tiny clusters of pale pink or lilac flowers above the water's surface, although in aquariums, it primarily serves as a lush ground cover. Its spreading growth habit helps to oxygenate the water and provide shelter for small aquatic creatures, contributing to the overall health of the aquarium ecosystem.

Hygrophila serpyllum is relatively low-maintenance once established, requiring regular pruning to maintain its compact form and prevent overcrowding. It thrives in moderate to high lighting conditions and prefers nutrient-rich substrate to support healthy growth. Aquarists appreciate its adaptability and ability to thrive in various water parameters, making it a versatile addition to both beginner and advanced aquarium setups.

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