The leaf form of this plant is comparable in shape to Cryptocoryne Griffithii, except for the edges which undulate, but aren’t crinkly.
Should you inspect closely you’ll see that the leaf coloring is an olive green with a touch of rusty brown, and also the inside has a strong red tint. The veining is well marked.
It grows to an average length of 10 in., and propagates in the exact same way as the willisii.
These plants are naturally tropical, and they should be kept in a temperature ranging between 70° and 80° F.