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Old 03-14-2014, 05:03 PM   #1
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Thumbs up Rotala roundifolia

Have a few of these cuttings. Longest ones are close to 13 inches, shortest around 6. You could cut these to make several shorter bunches. Will include extra lead weights if desired.

Could easily make 3 nice bunches or 3 to 4 inches. Will turn more red under high lighting. Also is shooting off runners

Asking 8.00 shipped via USPS priority mail with tracking and 50.00 Insurance.

PM me if interested, can ship tomorrow. No heat pack available so mind your weather or have held at post office for pick up.

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