10-06-2010, 09:31 PM
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Originally Posted by Byron
Wisteria will grow thick and long, and if allowed to, completely cover this tank in a matter of weeks once it is established. I attach a photo of my former 70g as illustration; the Wisteria is around the tank sides and back. Problem is, when this occurs light has more trouble reaching the lower parts of the stems and the leaves may either develop differently (if lucky) or die off completely (as occurred in this tank after about 8 months). This photo was taken on Sep 8, 2009, just one month after the tank was set up; by late Spring this year, the Wisteria was a mess, due to my failure to keep it pruned weekly.
So assuming I can get my wisteria to grow like it's supposed to (remember my recent CO2? post), how about wisteria in the corners and hygro along the edges? I'll be using two separate fixtures, so that should help with light reaching the lower leaves.