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Temple Plant (Hygrophila Corymbosa var. N. Stricta) - Potted

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Temple Plant (Hygrophila Corymbosa) | Potted

Hygrophila Corymbosa, also known as Temple Plant, originates from India and Indonesia. The plant produces rigid leaves and stems, making it look like a terrestrial plant in origin.

Care & Maintenance for Temple Plant

Hygrophila Corymbosa is very well-known in the aquarium hobby. The plant owes its popularity to its high adaptability, relatively fast rate of growth, and tolerance to varied water conditions. It can be kept in cooler water.

  • Minimum Lighting Required: Moderate-High
  • Temperature Range: 68-78°F
  • Tank Placement: Background

This plant is an ideal plant for any aquarium and aquarists of all experience levels. The plant can be planted in groups and looks great along the edges and corners of the aquarium.

Plants at Modern Aquarium

At Modern Aquarium, we strive to bring you healthy, beautiful specimens in every order. While the photos on our website are just examples of what you will receive, we do examine each plant in person before shipping it to you. If you have any questions about what to expect from your order, how to plant your new specimen, or the best starter plants for your tank, reach out to us any time!

Reviews (4)

  • 5
    Arrived in with blossom buds
    Posted by Sandra Litzenberger on 1 Feb 2022

    The blossom buds opened into lovely little lavender colored flowers. It is a somewhat fragile plant suffered when transplanted from one tank to another.

  • 5
    temple plant hygro
    Posted by rpr on 7 Sep 2021

    Healthy and lush very satisfied I have always received healthy robust plants from MA

  • 5
    Temple plant
    Posted by Sara on 24 Aug 2021

    I ordered 3 of these beautiful healthy plants which look really nice as a grouped bunch of background plants.

  • 5
    Posted by TWynnB on 8 Jun 2021

    This was stuck with fedex 5 days extra, and still arrived beautifully. It was three separate stems (is that normal?) with nice roots and numerous healthy leaves. Beautiful!