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06-02-2012 12:03 AM
Seattle_Aquarist Hi All,

I have to agree with Mary, Seattle area LFS have some great plants if you know where to look. Occasionally A Place for Pets in Burien has Java Fern 'Trident' and Pogostemon erectus. At Sierra Fish and Pets in Renton they regularly have Nymphoides sp 'Taiwan' and occasionally they have Hygrophila pinnatifida.

Robert may have to make a trip up to Seattle and do some scouting; the selection of aquatic plants in Seattle has changed substantially in the last few years!

-Roy
06-01-2012 05:42 PM
themaryone
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Originally Posted by Robert H View Post
Aqua Forest in San Francisco is an ADA distributor, Seattle doesn't even have a major store that carries a decent selection of plants, never mind ADA stuff
There are loads of stores in the Seattle area with great plants and hard to find plants. The only place I know though to get ADA soil is The Wet Spot in Portland. I am surprised Robert didn't mention that. I purchased some Ludwigia sp. "Red", Hydroctyle tripartita, and Pogostemon erectus the other day at The Fish Store and some Penthorum sedoides, Pogostemon stellatus, and Limnophila repens 'mini' all at Denny's Pet World in Kirkland. I would say that is a fantastic selection of hard to find plant material available in the Seattle area!
05-15-2012 10:08 PM
LB79 SO jealous of you! I love the 'Spot! Never been to the other places. I guess I have some sightseeing to do when I'm in there next!
05-15-2012 02:14 AM
Seattle_Aquarist Hi LB79,

Heading to Portland on Thursday to visit the Greater Portland Aquarium Society (GPAS) meeting, The Wet Spot, and World of Wet Pets.
05-14-2012 11:26 PM
LB79 If you're going through Portland, OR, there's a must-see store called The Wet Spot Tropical Fish. They're the biggest on the west coast and have everything. Literally. Including ADA Aquasoil.
02-18-2012 07:25 AM
samamorgan
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Originally Posted by Robert H View Post
Aqua Forest in San Francisco is an ADA distributor, Seattle doesn't even have a major store that carries a decent selection of plants, never mind ADA stuff
I've been pretty happy with the plant selection from Sierra Fish and Pets in Renton. The entire stock changes weekly though.
02-11-2012 04:24 AM
ukigumo11 The store is now called Fishaholics. It is somewhat small, but does carry some ADA products. They have items that other stores don't have, but it really is a hole in the wall. It is surprising that for such a small store, they don't seem to fully utilize their space; many tanks are empty and not a lot of hard goods.

However, they do carry rimless tanks, aquasoil, seiryu stone, shrimp, and things for planted tanks.


1207 S Jackson St
Ste 108
(between S 12th Ave & S Boren Ave)
Seattle, WA 98144
Neighborhood: International District
02-08-2012 01:54 AM
LNicho I read another post about finding ADA, and it said there is a small store called Aquarium Plus in Seattle. I haven't been to it, but I hear they sell a few ADA products. I also read it's really hard to find.
09-20-2006 12:33 PM
rezi i bet i can have a store carry aqua-soil within a few weeks... ehh or i can just order in and at least i'll have what i need...
09-19-2006 08:00 PM
cbennett Aquaforest will ship, give them a call.
09-19-2006 05:38 PM
Robert H Aqua Forest in San Francisco is an ADA distributor, Seattle doesn't even have a major store that carries a decent selection of plants, never mind ADA stuff
09-19-2006 03:11 PM
RoseHawke Well, there's apparently one in Arizona:

http://www.plantedtank.net/forums/ar...rries-ada.html

Which hardly helps if you're in Washington, of course!
09-19-2006 09:00 AM
rezi I'll talk with the owner of Kings Discus, he seems like the only fella around this town that would have the flava to carry ADA products. I'm doind some fish shopping tomorrow, I'll post!
09-12-2006 05:20 AM
kkau1 Thanksfor the responses. Was hoping a major city like Seattle would have a store carrying ADA stuff. I'm intersted in ADA substrates..... and they're reasonably priced... until you add in shipping : (
09-11-2006 08:07 PM
BlueRam
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Originally Posted by kkau1 View Post
any stores there that carried ADA products such as Aquasoil and Power Sand. Any info would be appreciated. Thanks : D
I think the only people supplying ADA products are the Senske brothers.
Aquarium Design Group
You might contact them and ask if the ship to any fish stores on you path.
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