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Old 08-25-2020, 12:52 PM   #81
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Howís azgardens shipping

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Old 08-25-2020, 12:58 PM   #82
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Fine, ordering during early quarantine is a mess but fine now. They just have a really big variety at azgarden. A little questionable quality but usually bounces back when the plants are in a tank
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Itís just that on azgardens shippings 43
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That price is insane for shipping, for plants?

Find hobbyists online, always people getting rid of stuff clogging up the tank.

Earlier you mentioned amazon Sword. They do great in a pot with soil. They want ferts lots of ferts to be amazing looking.

A less expensive thing and beautiful and easy to care for is Crypts in general, low maintenance for the majority, is Cryptocoryne Balansae.

The long wispy ones are the Balansae (center plant on the DW is also super easy Bolbitis heudelotii).

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This is a 12G Edge tank, back then, I didn't realize they got so long. These grew from a tissue culture.


They look so lovely in the back flowing across the top of the tank, they get long.

You can also buy the tissue culture packs and raise them up yourself, or mix grown plants with the tissue culture to fill in.


Which fish are you wanting for the 20G long tank you found?

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Iím deciding on a 20 long or a weird tank that is led and sAys itís 13 gallons but when I look at the dimensions, itís a 20, 26 long 18 high 10 wide for only 80 bucks... I like pygmies, dwarf puffers, rcs/other colors, and possible otos
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And just thinking, to feed otos, can you just overdose fertilizer a bit, and algae will pop up everywhere
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