Plant Temperature

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Hi,
Some of the plants I'm getting requires a range from 75-80ish degrees and the temperature in my tank is 70 degrees. Will a 5 degrees difference harm the plants? I'm not talking about the plants thriving but just living.
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I guess it will that is why there is a temp range

What plant is this?
 
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Wisteria will grow in a toilet bowl. It'll do fine.
 

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What size tank? And what is your stocking? Is the temp low due to your stocking?

The wisteria should be fine
 
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Im setting up a new 10 gallon tank and the stock is fairly decent with about 4 plants and 3 fish.
 

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What type of fish?
 

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Yes. Most aquatic plants do fine between 65-78.
They actually die off quicker if temperatures are too warm, like a Betta tank 78+.
The perfect temperature to keep for aquatic plants is 74-75.
 
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