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Old 10-01-2016, 07:32 PM   #1
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Assorted aquarium plants

I have many kinds of plants that I grow in my freshwater tanks, live plants means extra trimming that i can sell on to other hobbyists!

Right now I have the following.
Vals - $0.75 per node
Ludwigia repens - $1.50 per stem
Water sprite - $1.50 per stem
Bacopa monnieri (Moneywort) - $2 per stem
Subbwassertang - $4 per golf ball size portion
Java Fern small - $3
Crypt wendtii Bronze - $3
Hemianthus micranthemoides (pearlgrass) -$1 for 10 stems

I also have a number of emersed grown cryptt wendtii green, as they are grown emersed they are snail free and available for $3 each. They will require additional time to transition to submerged conditions.

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Old 10-02-2016, 05:01 PM   #2
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How hard is the transition process? Just drop them in and wait for the melt/regrowth?
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Old 10-02-2016, 05:37 PM   #3
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Crypts always melt, under decent conditions they come back. Vals can be the same

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Old 10-02-2016, 06:24 PM   #4
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How hard is the transition process? Just drop them in and wait for the melt/regrowth?
Yes, exactly that. Most plants will melt when introduced to new tank but will come back. The process usually takes a little longer when the plant is changing from its emersed form to its submerged form.
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I have many kinds of plants that I grow in my freshwater tanks, live plants means extra trimming that i can sell on to other hobbyists!



Right now I have the following.

Vals - $0.75 per node

Ludwigia repens - $1.50 per stem

Water sprite - $1.50 per stem

Bacopa monnieri (Moneywort) - $2 per stem

Subbwassertang - $4 per golf ball size portion

Java Fern small - $3

Crypt wendtii Bronze - $3

Hemianthus micranthemoides (pearlgrass) -$1 for 10 stems



I also have a number of emersed grown cryptt wendtii green, as they are grown emersed they are snail free and available for $3 each. They will require additional time to transition to submerged conditions.



Shipping is flat rate of $7 USPS priority mail.

Ship on Mondays and Tuesday's to the 48 contiguous states.

Payments via PayPal only.



Thanks

Can I get some pictures of vals?
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