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01-15-2013 11:07 AM
GulfCoastAquarian Sure do. It's sitting in a bucket of water to keep it waterlogged. Let me know when you'll next be in Winston Salem and you can stop by and pick it up.

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01-15-2013 07:14 AM
Barkington Hey, I was wondering if you still had any of the driftwood and/or ferns still? I make weekly trips out to Winston-Salem and would love to stop by some time if you do. It'd be much appreciated!
01-05-2013 04:52 PM
Free driftwood loaded with Java Fern in Winston Salem

I've got a good sized piece of driftwood fairly well taken over with Java Fern. It's about a foot square and dominates my small 39g corner tank and so I'm ready for something new. This is a completely low tech tank with almost no supplements or CO2 and about 1.2wpg so these plants are well adapted for a beginner looking to jump start an aquascape with a flourishing piece.
The driftwood has been in the tank for about four years so would be best suited for local pickup only. Plants will transport well once covered with wet media.

I'll try to catch a good picture of it but it will pretty much look like a giant growth of Java Fern. I was about to prune it but decided that the new owner might rather decide to prune as they like.

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