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Wisteria Emersed Growth Underwater


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The internet says that the key is light and temperature. My Wisteria has been submerged for almost 4 years. 

The parent plant(s) and all of the cuttings produce emersed leaves. Cuttings that are allowed to float, and stems that have grown to just below the surface, closest to the light, are producing the lacey submerged leaves. While it will grow in low light,  I think it actually seems to require medium to high.  It also seems to grow best in my 10 gallon project tank which is presently a little over 70/158 degrees.  The winter temperature is 60/140 degrees, and the plants seem to slow down, producing almost no submerged leaves.  I have problems growing Wisteria in the larger tanks.

 

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