Mexican Oak (Trichocoronis Rivularis "Weiss Grun") grows in the southern part of North America and Central America.
Plant with long erect stem and opposite leaf arrangement. Internodes in the lower part of the stem length of 3-8 cm, to the top 1-3 cm shorter than the leaves sessile. Lower leaf lamina length 1.5 cm, width of 1 cm, oval, upper leaves up to 5 cm wide and 3.5 cm paddle. The leaves are light green, with intense light can be a reddish-brown tint. There is a form with white veins. Flowerstalk departs from the top flight, the flowers are white, are disclosed above water.
Put the group in a nutrient soil in the background.
Lighting: 0.5-0.7 W / l.
Water: 20-28 º C. dH 10-20 º, pH 7-8.
The plant quickly reaches the surface of the water and the need for frequent pruning, can bloom in the aquarium.
Propagated by cuttings.