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Hygrophila siamensis

Hygrophilla siamensis (family Acanthaceae) has light green coloured leaves when grown in the aquarium. The internodes also shorten making the plant more compact .This is probably a variety of corymbosa. Grown emersed the plants leaves turn a dark almost blue green colour. These plants also send out many light blue flowers in winter when it is grown out of water. It propagates easily from cuttings and besides good lighting does not need any special requirements.
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