Free frogbit, just pay for shipping

Discussion in 'Buy, Sell, Trade, Free' started by Thomas Lin, Jul 10, 2015.

  1. Thomas Lin

    Thomas LinValued MemberMember

    Shipping is $7, you'll get around 20 plants.
    They will be healthy and green, I regularly clip off yellow or rotting leaves. I have to get rid of some because it has covered a large amount of surface area in my 75 gallon.
    Each plant will have a minimal of 3 leaves and nice roots.
    These plants provide very nice cover for fry or just shade in general. My fish like to rest underneath it, and The roots give fry enough cover the adults don't bother them. They are very easy to keep, and do well in a variety of lighting and water.
    You as the buyer will pay first.
    Shipping will be USPS Priority. Payment will be Paypal.
    Thanks for looking.
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    Last edited: Jul 11, 2015
  2. waterlilykari

    waterlilykariWell Known MemberMember

    PM sent


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  3. waterlilykari

    waterlilykariWell Known MemberMember

    I received them today and just wanted to let you know. They look great in my betta's tank and he seems to like it too because as soon as the daylights were off he immediately settled himself on a nearby Anubias leaf just below the edge of the patch of Frogbit where the current kept it clustered neatly on one end of the tank. Even my son was a fan of them and he usually takes forever to warm up to new things, haha. He kept trying to blow on them to send them gliding gently across the water's surface before the current brought them right back.

    To anyone who is on the fence about buying over the Internet and having something living shipped through our postal system should definitely go for it! I was skeptical that having them shipped to me (first time doing so) was a good idea since I've seen the conditions some of my non-living deliveries have arrived in. "How would a living thing fare through all that?" I thought. Let me just say that I definitely did not regret it and you won't either!






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  4. Dom90

    Dom90Fishlore VIPMember

    The pictures are not showing up...
     
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  6. waterlilykari

    waterlilykariWell Known MemberMember

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    I tried attaching as a smaller file. Does that help? If not, I will try through my computer later


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  7. Jswin

    JswinWell Known MemberMember

    If you ever have anymore I would like some
     
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    Thomas Lin

    Thomas LinValued MemberMember

    I have a bunch again, so let me know if you want some.


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  9. Jswin

    JswinWell Known MemberMember

    Definitely
     
  10. waterlilykari

    waterlilykariWell Known MemberMember

    It looks just as good in our water garden outside as it did in our betta tank indoors.


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  11. dragonspirit1185

    dragonspirit1185Valued MemberMember

    got any left?
     
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    Thomas Lin

    Thomas LinValued MemberMember

    Yes I do, and if anyone is wondering, just PM me
     
  13. Jswin

    JswinWell Known MemberMember

    Got them today. They were in good shape. Thanks.


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  14. udyr

    udyrValued MemberMember

    Hey thomas I'm located in New York too
    was wondering if I can come pick some up?
     
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    Thomas Lin

    Thomas LinValued MemberMember

    Sure, pm me and we can decide where to meet.


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