Wisteria (Hygrophila difformis)

$3.09
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A favorite aquatic plant. The bright shiny leaves provides a beautiful contrast to other plants.
 
  • Common Name: Wisteria
  • Family: Acanthaceae
  • Origin: Southeast Asia
  • pH: 5-9
  • Light: Medium-High
  • Growth: Fast
  • Growth Form: Stem
  • True Aquatic: Yes
  • Demands: Low
  • Placement: Mid-Background
  • Available: Bunch

8 Reviews

  • 5
    wisteria

    Posted by bill on Mar 30th 2020

    very nice.... growing very well....healthy.....no snails

  • 5
    wisteria

    Posted by bill on Mar 30th 2020

    very nice.... growing very well....healthy.....no snails

  • 2
    Got the emersed

    Posted by Unknown on Sep 30th 2014

    Make sure to check if it's emersed or submeresed you'll be getting. Got the emersed kind which is not what i wanted.

  • 5
    Excellent plant - grows well

    Posted by Kent Hartland on Oct 30th 2012

    My 50G and 30G tanks are pretty simple and I do use under gravel filters which I believe helps nourish plant roots. I got some Wisteria from AP. It arrived in good condition has thrived and multiplied to the point that I've been giving it away and thinking about selling some. Hey AP, wanna buy some?

  • 4
    big bunch

    Posted by GengSF. on Jul 19th 2012

    this Wisteria came with bigger size than I expected, about 7" long. it looks quite different than its photo. though it's pretty strong and good for shipping. I received in great condition.

  • 5
    Great quality, but not sold on the plants

    Posted by Angela White on Feb 12th 2012

    I am not sold on this plant. While the plants I received were very healthy, had lots of leaves, etc., plus I received a few spare plants, I just am not sold on the way they look. They were difficult to plant...like trying to get a soda straw planted or something...but they aren't easy to weigh down because of the thin stem. Just my opinion. I gave a high rating because of the quality of plants I received.

  • 5
    Cool Looking Plant - Easy to Grow

    Posted by Michael Gee on Oct 25th 2010

    This is one of my favorite plants. It grows great and cuttings take off fast also.
    The fish love to hide in the leaves.
    It adds a very interesting texture to the aquarium with its beautiful leaves.

  • 4
    Nice plant - generous portions!

    Posted by DeanᅠSmith on Apr 29th 2009

    This is a pretty plant. Nice and green. Good background plant, very bushy!