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05-18-2012 10:55 PM
Green Leaf Aquariums We received a large shipment of plants today. The site will be updated this weekend with all currently available plants and new species.



I have some special plants for you guys if your interested. I have Downoi,Hairgrass on mats,Blyxa Auberti and Amazon Compact! PM me if your interested in any of the below plants. These are plants I intended to have on the site but decided not to, instead I wanted to offer the PTF crew.

Amazon Compact $3
Description:

Echinodorus bleheri 'compacta' has all the attributes of a regular amazon sword, plus the added benfit of being smaller in size. The dwarf amazon sword plant was created at Florida Aquatic Nurseries by constantly selecting smaller, vigorous plants until we found the ideal candidate. Echinodorus bleheri 'compacta' can be used in the foreground areas of an aquarium or midground areas of the aquarium. Echinodorus bleheri 'compacta' looks exactly like an amazon sword and thrives in all the same conditions. High leaf counts and a size of 6 inches fully mature makes Echinodorus bleheri 'compacta' a great choice for smaller aquariums. Dwarf Amazon Sword Plants are a great choice for beginners


Blyxa Auberti $1.50


Hairgrass Dwarf Mat $6


05-04-2012 01:07 AM
Green Leaf Aquariums We have another big shipment of plants arriving next Friday. If anybody needs anything special from the list just let me know and we can make it happen. Thanks Folks!
05-03-2012 09:09 AM
styxx
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Originally Posted by sunyang730 View Post
Yes, they do answer they phone quickly. LOL so I guess the best way is to call them up.
Yes, I guess so! Thanks for the reply though!
05-01-2012 07:56 PM
sunyang730 Yes, they do answer they phone quickly. LOL so I guess the best way is to call them up.
05-01-2012 07:37 PM
Green Leaf Aquariums
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Originally Posted by h2oaggie View Post
How often will you be receiving new plants? I am looking to buy more crypts, and the Mi Oya is currently sold out.
All of our plants come from Florida Aquatic. We expect another order next week However, they dont always have all plants ready for harvest.


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I am looking to do java moss carpet for my 60g tropical tank that will be housing Red Cherry Shrimp and Black Phantom Tetras. Do you have any Java Moss or by chance do you have any carpets that are premade?
We do not have any pre-made carpets. But not to say you cant grow one

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Originally Posted by sunyang730 View Post
Just wondering, when are you guys going to have Dwarf Four Leaf Clover? I am waiting for that to get all the plants
This plant is grown emmersed and most folks hate it from Florida Aquatic due to the transition times. We do get it in from time to time.

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The last time anyone from GLA was on here was almost a month ago...I wonder what is up with that!?
We have full time jobs that require 100% of our attention. Sadly we do not get much play time on forums.

If at any time somebody has a question, click any number of our contact forms on our site and send us an email any time. The best way to get a hold of us would be to actually contact us directly vs. indirectly. As much as we would like to participate on PTF, our schedule does not permit much freedom, especially summer months and pond season.

Cheers!
05-01-2012 07:28 PM
styxx
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Originally Posted by sunyang730 View Post
Just wondering, when are you guys going to have Dwarf Four Leaf Clover? I am waiting for that to get all the plants
The last time anyone from GLA was on here was almost a month ago...I wonder what is up with that!?
04-19-2012 07:40 PM
sunyang730 Just wondering, when are you guys going to have Dwarf Four Leaf Clover? I am waiting for that to get all the plants
04-19-2012 07:28 PM
artega I am looking to do java moss carpet for my 60g tropical tank that will be housing Red Cherry Shrimp and Black Phantom Tetras. Do you have any Java Moss or by chance do you have any carpets that are premade?
04-18-2012 10:35 PM
h2oaggie How often will you be receiving new plants? I am looking to buy more crypts, and the Mi Oya is currently sold out.
04-14-2012 10:30 PM
styxx
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Originally Posted by ChadRamsey View Post
whens thar boar full of tanks coming in? i have cash that is burning a hole in my pocket!!
Chad, you're not the only one!
04-14-2012 10:22 PM
ChadRamsey whens that boat full of tanks coming in? i have cash that is burning a hole in my pocket!!
04-07-2012 10:49 PM
Green Leaf Aquariums
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Originally Posted by NyteBlade View Post
Is it possible (or anyhow advisable) to have plants shipped priority mail in the warmer months, or are we just asking for trouble?
Some plants yes, but remember USPS Priority mail is not a guaranteed service from USPS, it can take longer than 2-3 days.

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Originally Posted by styxx View Post
Normally I'd send this in a PM but your nana petite is quite expensive compared to others; are they larger sizes than most? Generally looking over GLA's prices, they're pretty much comparable, but I like the quality that you have better than what I've had in the past.
Our plants are usually healthier,larger and much more pristine than what you would normally find anyplace else on net. You would be hard pressed to find Petite as large as ours and priced to match. A good example would be to reference the quality and size you currently have from your first GLA plant order ..


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Ok, seriously. I'm impressed. Up to now I've been ordering through TPT or Azgardens.com but I think I might have to reevaluate my purchasing choices, lol.
04-07-2012 05:51 PM
styxx Normally I'd send this in a PM but your nana petite is quite expensive compared to others; are they larger sizes than most? Generally looking over GLA's prices, they're pretty much comparable, but I like the quality that you have better than what I've had in the past.
04-07-2012 03:30 PM
NyteBlade Is it possible (or anyhow advisable) to have plants shipped priority mail in the warmer months, or are we just asking for trouble?
04-06-2012 11:19 PM
Green Leaf Aquariums
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Originally Posted by audioaficionado View Post
On my next tank >125g, I'll want to do the scaping and planting all at once rather than slowly piecemealed over months. It's so much easier that way.

Ideally this is how you want to start a tank. The plants will be expensive up front, but the reward will pay for itself in the end. Loading your tank with plants from day one is the way to do it no question.

Not only that, when you map your plans out first and execute them at once it will lead to a more successful tank. We can only hope, right?

Best of luck with your 125g! Thats a beast tank!
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