03-24-2012, 09:18 PM
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Originally Posted by Byron
It depends, mainly on the light. This plant is very fast growing, and thus needs high light and nutrients. As with all stem plants, the closer the stems are together, the less light can reach the lower leaves, and they will quickly die off leaving bare stems.
If you have 15w CFL bulbs, in a daylight 6500K, you have decent light for plants. If the Wisteria manages well over several weeks, OK. If not, it may be the light. Assuming you are adding the required nutrients via a comprehensive fertilizer.
Thank you so much for being so helpful. Sounds like I need to get some comprehensive fertilizer. What exactly is this and can I get it at a pet store?
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