FS: Plants! Make your own package!

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Here are the plants I just got in, they are available for sale now.

cryptocoryne pontederiifolia, $2.50
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cryptocoryne petchii, $2.50
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anubias nana, $6
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cryptocoryne lutea, $2.50
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corkscrew val, $1.50
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bacopa, $3 per bunch
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cryptocoryne retrospiralis, $5
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In addition to what is pictured, I also have some small unidentified crypts for $1.50, salvinia minima or frogbit (or a package of both), $4, and water sprite for $3.

I ship Priority to continental US only. Shipping is $5 for a small box, $11 for a medium box, and $12 for a large box. I prefer Paypal for payment. I ship only on Mondays, Tuesdays, and possibly Wednesdays to avoid having plants get stuck in the mail over the weekend.

Thanks for looking!
 

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HI Harpua2002, what are the light requirements for these plants?

Thanks much
 
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All the crypts and anubias do fine in low light, and the bacopa, and vals I would say are medium light plants.
 

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could you fit 4 plants in one small box? (3 crypts and 1 val)?
 
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ilikefish said:
could you fit 4 plants in one small box? (3 crypts and 1 val)?
Definitely! Sending PM now.
 

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Do you know any substrate requirements for the Crypts?

Thanks!
 
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Elodea said:
Do you know any substrate requirements for the Crypts?

Thanks!
None that I know of really, I've kept them in gravel, Eco Complete, and fluorite with no issues. Crypts aren't really very demanding.
 

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How deep is your gravel (sorry for all these questions)?
 
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Elodea said:
How deep is your gravel (sorry for all these questions)?
Well right now it's not that deep, since these plants are not permanent in my tank.

I'd say at least 2 inches should be good for the crypts. They don't have a big root system right now, but once they go to their permanent homes the roots can grow pretty large. They propagate by shooting off runners under the substrate, and you'll see new little plants pop up out of the substrate every so often.
 

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Okay, PM sent.
 
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Replied.

I still have lots of plants for anyone who is interested. Everything that is listed above is still available.
 

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I got some of these Vals in the mail today along with some other plants from Harpua.. Great stuff! and I mean great =) I'll be uploading some s later when I get the chance.


Thanks again Harpua ^_^
 
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I'm really glad you like your plants!
 
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