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Identifying plant - Wisteria?

Discussion in 'Plant Identification & Biology' started by Extarys, Jan 21, 2017.

  1. Extarys

    Extarys New Member

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    Hello there!

    I had to go to another pet store to get some awesome Kuhli Loaches and I found a cute little plant, the pet store's owner didn't remember the name of it, but he told me it's probably a wisteria. Now, I looked a little bit and I cannot find it. I want to care for this plant but I need to know what it is :)

    The guy told me the roots would eventually grows and come out and make more of this, which would be great for my new Loaches to hide.

    See attachment for a picture.

    Thanks for your help!
     

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  2. Byron

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    The plant in the centre of the photo having short linear leaves is likely either a pygmy chain sword (Helanthium tenellum) or a dwarf Sagittaria (Sagittaria subulata).
     
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    20161130_120646.jpg wisteria
     
  4. Extarys

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    For sure this isn't a wisteria hahaha.
    Thanks for replying, I'll wait till it grows a little bit to see what it looks like better. I put some Tabs under it to help it recover from the transportation.
    Thanks guys!
     

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