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post #481 of 702 (permalink) Old 08-27-2013, 04:51 PM
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came home from work to a nice surprise yesterday.
Looks good Chad! What conditions has this been grown in? The few I've got submerged have been planted since June and have maybe put out one leaf. They seem to want to stay pretty small too! I'm sure it'll just take time for them to get a little larger.
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Wow man. Amazing is that submerged?
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Well done Chad!! I was never able to get my Nurri to produce a spathe under water. I'm trying a few emersed now.
thx. this is the 3rd time this one has. im stoked.

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Looks good Chad! What conditions has this been grown in? The few I've got submerged have been planted since June and have maybe put out one leaf. They seem to want to stay pretty small too! I'm sure it'll just take time for them to get a little larger.
Its in my 55g journal.

sand
low light
root tabs
flourish once a month
1 sometimes 2 WC a month.

and thats all



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resurrecting this old thread.

Pulled this off my mother Nurii today. She was getting out of control.



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resurrecting this old thread.

Pulled this off my mother Nurii today. She was getting out of control.

Darn, if u have more in the future please keep me in mind?
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post #485 of 702 (permalink) Old 10-11-2013, 10:31 PM
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am I a wendtii?

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post #486 of 702 (permalink) Old 10-12-2013, 02:00 AM
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Cryptocoryne yujii




I like creepy things, vines included.

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Beautiful crypt man
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Cryptocoryne yujii ~ Very Cool!!!!
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post #489 of 702 (permalink) Old 10-13-2013, 04:49 PM
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That's a gorgeous crypt!

Here are some of mine, I hope to get other crypts soon.

C. pontederiifolia


C. undulata, in low light condition


C. becketii var. petchii

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post #490 of 702 (permalink) Old 10-13-2013, 11:47 PM
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Crypt wendtii red . I had the opportunity this last weekend to see this red crypt that is sold by Florida Aquatic Nursery. It was part of a donation they made to our local club auction. Thank you very much. If you can find this crypt it is every bit as red as others I recently received from another source.
Just a heads up for those interested.

I also saw the ’florida sunset’ definitely worth looking for!
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Thanks, all!

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Very nice plants you all have. Is anyone growing the following? Hoping to find some for a new tank

C. cordata rosanervigi
C. keei
C. ideii

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I saw 'florida sunset' on some online shops too. But it's not yet available in France. But there are certainly other nice crypts availaible. No cordata rosanervig keei, ideii. But I should be able to get C. amicorum and C. bullosa if everything goes right.
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Look closer:



You betcha! Its a genuine Cryptocoryne Nurii spathe! First spathe I've ever gotten from a crypt!! Hurrah!





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Fine job, I love that crypt
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