Tanked Posted July 14, 2021 Share Posted July 14, 2021 Last winter I bought some Wisteria in another attempt to grow a tall nitrate eating background planting. It died. In January I planted the last rotting stub in an inch of pool sand in my 10 gallon project tank. I would think that the conditions are far from optimal but the Wisteria thrived. (I'm hoping the Java fern will do the same). Now the problem: The Wisteria is now 10" tall and bushy. It is just below the surface so I'm thinking it is time to trim it. I would like to take cuttings. How far back can I cut it? I upgraded the DIY light a week ago and the Wisteria now appears to be putting out immersed leaves. Is this a result of brighter light or because the plant is so close to the waters surface? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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