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Hygrophila corymbosa ''compact''

Wayney

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Just wondering if any body has any tips for trimming Hygro compact. I purchased a pot of this last week and it's pretty much tripled in size since then and i figure its time it was cut back a bit as the lower leaves are being shadowed quite a lot. Thanks :)




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ceg4048

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Hi Wayne,
H. compact turns out to be not that compact if fed properly so just trim the stem to any height you want. It will then get bushier. 8)

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Wayney

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ceg4048 said:
Hi Wayne,
H. compact turns out to be not that compact if fed properly so just trim the stem to any height you want. It will then get bushier. 8)

Cheers,


Thanks for that :) I did wonder why it was called compact as mine is close to 5" tall and wide after 1 1/2 weeks growth :lol: . I planted it whole straight from the pot though so i think i'll take it out tomorrow and seperate it into as many as i can get. Thanks again.



Wayne,
 

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