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Old 11-28-2006, 08:19 PM   #1
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Trimmings in the mail? (ghostwood for trade)

I've heard about people trading plants and trimmings in the mail and it sounds like a good idea.
My only question is its cold here now in MA so I知 not sure if that would matter much.

My tank is a 20 gallon high and I have a 65 watt coralife light
I'm not really sure what to ask for because I don't know what would look good and what I could have in this set up, I'd like to get a ton of plants (and moss) of all different kinds if I could. I値l trade my ghostwood and/or pay for them.

the ghost wood I have in my tank, is a gorgeous piece and it really makes my tank but I'd rather have more plants and I don't have the room to do that unless I remove the wood I have a much smaller piece that maybe I値l put in instead.

If someone wants I will trade the ghost wood for some plants
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Its a few months old but it's the brightest picture I have (there is a pic of the tank I took today in the show your tank thread)
I've had it in my tank for about 6 months and its sinks on its own.

I'd like to get a ton of plants (and moss) of all different kinds if I could. I値l trade the ghostwood and/or pay for them.
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Old 11-28-2006, 08:22 PM   #2
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well I would personally keep the piece of wood and just grow plants on it! ie. Anubis, moss and java fern! cause it makes you tank look AWESOME!
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I agree. You don't necessarily have to give up the driftwood if you don't want to. A lot of people will send out their trimmings for next to nothing.
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We'll see, if someone shows an interest in trading it for a bunch of plants and trimmings then I would do it but other then that I'm basically just looking for anything and everything that will work with my lighting (which I believe in considered medium/high)

If someone has something they can ship to me let me know and we can work something out.

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Old 12-03-2006, 06:01 PM   #5
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I decided to keep the one in my tank but I have two others up for sale(see other post)

Mods, feel free to delete this post.

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