09-04-2011, 05:46 PM
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Originally Posted by Byron
Wisteria is a stem plant, so you can cut the stem at any point and stick the cut end in the substrate. Leave a couple inches for burying to ensure it is held down. The plant will continue to grow upward.
Wisteria requires a fair bit of light or it will get very spindly--the lower leaves will fall off leaving bare stems with the leafy part at the top closest to the light. I have no success with this plant as I have insufficient light for it. It may or may not do this, but if it does, a good stem plant would be Brazilian Pennywort; it is one of the few stem plants that manage with moderate light.
Water Sprite is an ideal floating plant. I have this in several tanks.
Thanks Byron. I will give it a shot....heck it was only 2 bucks for a bushel of them. I really like that Brazilian Pennywort but I could not find it anywhere in the houston area. I guess I will have to get online to get some. However, I was glad to of found some Water Sprite today. I got 3 good bushels of them and I have them floating right now. It amazes me how much the floating plants help. Already the colors of my neons look better. Plus my betta has fallen in love it seems hahah