Hygrophila corymbosa 'Compact
This dwarf format probably came about via mutation, and is not typical for the Hygrophila genus. The stems are heavily compressed and the leaves are closely packed. Plants cultivated above water have deep green leaves, whereas aquarium plants have bright green leaves. It grows slowly, which makes it much easier to care for than other Hygrophila varieties. It is ideal as a foreground plant. Its leaf shape makes this a nice change from the usual foreground plants.