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08-10-2012, 10:14 AM #1
Wisteria is a myth... It doesnt exist.
I have been looking all over town for some Wisteria. I know they aren't related but "land" wisteria is one of my all time favorite plants, and it drew my attention to aquatic wisteria, and now i must have it. I love the way it looks, plus its "low maintenance" which is good for someone like me, after all every other low maintenance plant i have is growing at the speed of light. Anyway, the problem is there are only two LFS I trust here in town, and neither of them have any. I thought it was a fairly common plant, and I don't know why they don't have it, but they don't. So, do any US members who happen to be close to Oregon have any wisteria big enough that they can spare a few starts? I would gladly cover shipping to save the hassle of trying to get the LFS to order some from a distributor they don't usually use.
08-10-2012, 11:43 AM #2
Have you considered buying online? I've bought plants several times from these guys and have always been happy with them.
http://www.aquariumplants.com/Search...ion=PRODSEARCHWhen I go fishing I just place a sharp rock in the water and sit there waiting for all the dead fish to float to the top... Kingfisher
Brutal honesty will be shown on this screen.
I think my fish is adjusting well to the four gallon, He's laying on his side attempting to go to sleep on the bottom of the gravel.
Tolerance is a great thing to have, so is the ability to shut up.
I can explain it to you, but I can't understand it for you.
08-10-2012, 12:23 PM #3
08-10-2012, 03:28 PM #4
I know we get it up here...
And it doesn't appear to be on the Oregon noxious weed list (Available here)
If you need an excuse to make a weekend trip to Seattle... there you go
08-10-2012, 09:13 PM #5
Awesome. Thanks for the suggestions guys. Yeah I'll deff have to try that online store. I went in today looking for crystalwort too, and the lady that orders their plants didn't even know what it was.
08-10-2012, 09:37 PM #6
0Originally Posted by Nephalem
Riccia fluitans is what you're looking for this time. Generally only called riccia.