Root floaters and moneywort for sale

  1. FullyCaffeinated

    FullyCaffeinated Valued Member Member

    Root floaters- 5 plants for $1 or an entire cup for $8. I'll throw in some extras as well. Or $12 takes all 2 1/2 cups. (SOLD OUT)
    Moneywort- .50 per 5" stem
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    Just trying to get rid of some plants to make room for others.

    Shipping is $7 from Minnesota.



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    FullyCaffeinated

    FullyCaffeinated Valued Member Member

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  3. i

    isacr Valued Member Member

    What's what? I don't do live plants but would be willing to try.

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    FullyCaffeinated

    FullyCaffeinated Valued Member Member

    The moneywort is an easy beginner stem plant that grows pretty quickly and is great for people just starting with plants. The root floaters are plants that float on the surface of the water and compete for nutrients and sunlight with algae. Both can be grown without fertilizers or high lighting.

    The moneywort plant is the one in the back with the round leaves while the root floaters are in the cup.

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    isacr Valued Member Member

    And shipping is 7$ on all orders regardless of size, right?

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    FullyCaffeinated

    FullyCaffeinated Valued Member Member

    Yes unless you order an insane amount of plants haha : D


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    FullyCaffeinated

    FullyCaffeinated Valued Member Member

    Sold out of the root floaters


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