|06-29-2004 06:22 AM|
|Opiesilver||Wow, glad I saw this. The brand sold at Walmart are not our bulb packs. Saying that we do sell the company that makes that product a small amount of bulbs each month. They are located only a few miles away and like to purchase locally where they can inspect the bulbs before purchase. What happens to our best estimate is that when a product gets into the Walmart supply system it may or may not see the light of day for months at a time. Same way with the large chains that we supply directly. You can only really get fresh bulbs that come with a guarantee to grow direct from us. We package them daily. Both AquariumPlants.com and Custom Sea Life try to include as many different species as is possible but sometimes due to import restrictions the selection of species is limited.|
|06-28-2004 02:30 AM|
|secretagent||My leaves are 6+in ATLEAST! I love it BUT it is starting to outgrow my 20L!|
|06-27-2004 07:18 PM|
I have bought those bulbs too; from petsmart. If you want the lotuses more, look for the packs with the bigger bulbs in them. The biggest ones are the lotuses. Out of the two lotus bulbs I got in mine, only one did really well. The other sprouted but never really flourished. The water they were in was hard and at around 80-81 temp wise. Here's a pick of the lotus, it's in the front of the driftwood, (oh, and it was only under 1.6 watts/g!):
|06-14-2004 03:42 AM|
|all4funwfish||we are going to have a treasure hunt in walmart for lotus....are these the same bulbs that petsmart sells? usually as "betta bulbs" or they have an 8 pak variety too with some orange plant..?|
|06-11-2004 05:41 PM|
|Dara||I once had a flower from one of the Walmart bulbs, and it wasn't a real waterlily. It had a very tiny, inconspicuous flower, turned out to be an Aponogeton. Just read the packet and see what it says on the back, some are Nymphaeas, and some are Aponogeton, I think we all want the Nymphaeas more.|
|05-03-2004 11:40 PM|
|secretagent||MAN I like the lilies and cant wait for mine to GROW!!!|
|04-16-2004 02:19 AM|
These are some that were in my 56g tank... that tank was 24" tall and they were still growing Beautiful plants but plan on them getting large quickly... these in this photo I think are probably only 4 months old or so... they like a well fed substrate
|04-15-2004 11:44 PM|
well it's in a 75gallon with fancy goldfish. I have them in pots.. 60 watts of T8 bulbs. No CO2, small substrate and laterite in the pots. I'm redoing the tank in the summer for plants more so... There'll be no pots in the tank then. Here is a pic of the plants like a month ago, they've grown since..
|04-15-2004 11:32 PM|
hardness is something liek 220ppm. i dont have a test kit handy i need a new one, but the water is basically liquid limestone.
id actually like it to be around half the size of yours haha. my tank is only 15g. im really looking forward to getting one again. thanks for your help.
|04-15-2004 11:04 PM|
|04-15-2004 11:01 PM|
hey i used your photo for my desktop wallpaper! it looks great!
how will these do in harder water? i had one in my kribensis tank
underbright light and it did well but i didnt really know what i was doing then haha. it stayed pretty small but was beautiful anyway.
i want one for a centerpeice plant
|04-15-2004 10:05 PM|
That is a lotus, and from what I have heard, they can be found in those bulb packs.....
|04-15-2004 10:02 PM|
wow great plant! are you sure its an aponogeton? it looks like a
tiger lotus nymphaea? if it is im heading to walmart!
|04-15-2004 07:01 PM|
those are the lilys
|04-15-2004 04:49 PM|
|Dean||Could any one post or link to any photos of what the plants look like. Thanks.|
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