Hygrophila Lancea Araguaia, or Hygrophihla Araguaia, is an uncommon plant that is named after the Brazilian river where it originates from. its leaves can range from green to reddish-brown, or even purple, depending on the conditions that it's kept in. It mostly grows horizontally and stays relatively short with a bush-like growth, making it a perfect plant for the foreground or midground of an aquarium.
- Care: medium
- Co2: not required but highly recommended
- Growth rate: moderate
- Lighting requirements: medium-high
- Propagation: stem cuttings, new growth, or lateral shoots
- Max size: 8 inches+
- Preferred Fertilizer: Root Tabs