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Old 09-01-2020, 02:29 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi, just wanna share how much Hygro corymbosa I have after 3 months of propagating them emersed
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Old 09-05-2020, 08:01 AM   #2 (permalink)
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yep! plants grow crazy fast emersed
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I grow them outdoors and they get exposed to full strength afternoon sun without wilting
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Here's my other emersed plants
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nice! looks like bacopa monnieri, some kind of hygrophila, and crypt. wendtii? is this just growing outside without any sort of cover?
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They grow in open air and I only mist them whenever they need Ca and Mg cuz our tap is alkaline

The only problem are aphids and caterlpillars but they rarely happen-also add long days without rain and shade the pots get empty of water daily
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nice! looks like bacopa monnieri, some kind of hygrophila, and crypt. wendtii? is this just growing outside without any sort of cover?
Yes I grow monneywort and crypt wendtii outdoors too
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