Aquarium Plants Factory

Hygrophila Difformis | Water Wisteria

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Hygrophila Difformis, commonly known as Water Wisteria. Hygrophila Difformis is very easy to grow and such a beautiful plant for the tropical aquarium. It grows best in medium to high light along with a rich-based nutrient substrate and it benefits from additional CO2. It can be easily propagated from cuttings. 
Have you seen a 'White Water Wisteria' before? We also have a rare hybrid version of Hygrophila Difformis. Behold, Hygrophila Difformis 'Variegated'
  • Sold as loose Fresh-cut Plants, Bunched plants, or Potted plants
  • Fresh-cut plants | approx. 3 stems, loose fresh-cut plants
  • Bunched plants | approx. 3 fresh-cut plants with foam, and lead weight
  • Potted plants | approx. 3 fresh-cut plants with net pot and rock wool
BUY 2 GET 1 FREE* PROMOTION | Simply buy 2 quantities, we will send you 1 extra for free on eligible purchases. Offer valid on the same type of plant, and on the same transaction only.
    Pictures are not the actual plants you will receive, but a sample representation. Unless specific, we don't guarantee aquatic plants will be grow emerged, or submerge. 
    CO2: Recommended
    Growth Rates: Medium
    Difficulty Level: Beginner
    Nutrient Substrate: Recommended
    Lighting Requirements: Medium-High

      Customer Reviews

      Based on 22 reviews
      Deborah Bucci
      Definitely a 5-star plant

      I absolutely love this plant...the plants were very healthy when they arrived and in much better shape than I had anticipated. I would recommend this product and this site for plant purchases.

      Cassandra Shearer

      Arrived very healthy and appropriately packaged

      Austin Aylor

      Fast shipping, healthy plants! Will be doing business in the future. Thank you!

      Water Wisteria

      Received very generous amount of exceptionally healthy, lush water wisteria. Thick, hardy stems on all plants. Extremely satisfied with the plants I received.

      The tank loves it

      I bought three bunches of the water wisteria, and planted them in eco complete. I had a hard time getting them to stay planted because the substrate is slow light. I gave up trying to keep them down, so any that have popped up are left floating while they grow roots. I've seen at least a couple of fry hiding for safety in both the planted and floating ww.

      marylou veloz

      My plants had snails and now so does my tank. Contacted customer service with no response