They are in the tank!!!!!!!
Full review will be performed later on but its gonna be positive! I will take measurements and count all the stems per bunch i received.
Overall a positive experience, plants all arrived in great condition except for the limnophila aromatica, which looked like something you'd see from the black lagoon. Plants did arrive with algae, a few were covered in it from head to toe, but most without the slightest trace of algae. I could not locate any snails but I wouldn't be surprised if they had eggs on them. I used 2nd day ship btw. I was very confused when i looked at my bunches of hygrophilia corymbosa augustifolia, i ordered 2 bunches and they shipped 3, but that wasn't the confusing part, the confusing part was that 1 bunch contained only 3 stems at about 8 inches tall with little to no roots, 1 bunch contained 6 stems also at 8 inches tall, these containing more roots and looking to be in better condition than the other, HOWEVER, and I say this with happiness in my voice as i get to the 3rd bunch, the 3rd bunch contained over 20 stems of hygro, with a deep red/purple, roots over 6 inches long and thicker than the sweat on an old fat person's forehead on a hot summer day. The mother sword was DISAPPOINTING, only being 14 inches tall with a poor to fair root system (for the size of the plant) and containing only 2 baby swords 1 halfdead and the other ok but both without roots and about 15 leaves. The green cabomba was probably in the best condition out of all the plants upon arrival, looking absolutely perfect except 1 bunch which also looked like it came from the black lagoon. The ludwigia sedioides was very exceptional, 1 'bunch' or whatever their calling it now, contained 3 stems at 24+ inches tall 1 without any roots and the other 2 with OK roots. The 3" X 5" HC mats were completely outstanding, out of this world, an I-shi*-my-pants-after-taking-a-look sort of reaction (did not actually happen). I ordered 3 mats and received the best looking HC I have ever seen in my entire life, bright coral green, growing off the mats and several LAYERS of HC per mat. The mats use some type of wool with a plastic protector so it will sink and hold together, definitely keep the hc on the mat, despite what people say about it growing faster when spread out I would not remove it from the mat, when you see your mats in person you will know exactly what im trying to say, though others will argue I just dont want to kill it or damage its beauty by molesting it.
Videos and pics pics pics pics pics, more pics, and, btw did i mentions PICS? Will be posted soon though not necessarily today and i can't tomorrow but Sunday for sure if nothing else.
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