Have a bunch of healthy Ludwigia Arcuata and Dwarf Sag for sale.
Arcuata is at least 13" tall
.50 per stem or I can just sell the lot for $20 shipped
Shipping is $6 USPS if just buying by the stem, I can ship tomorrow
Anubias nana petite - rhizome with 5 to 10 leaves for $4 (x5)
Bolbitis - one sizeable rhizome with 6 very large leaves for $10 (x1)
Jungle Vals - 1 node for $2.50 (x10)
Sagittaria subulata - 25 nodes for $5 (x1)
Crypt. wendtii - $3 for a large mother plant, $1.50 for a small to medium-sized...
I have a very large package of approx. 100+(likely close to 150) healthy plants of Sag. Subulata. Currently growing in a dirted tank under twin T5HO lights and it is between 8-12" tall. I am offering it all up for $50 including shipping. That is less than $.50 per plant. Let me know...
I thinned out my Dwarf Sag and have 10+ plants to get you started. This is a quick growing and fast spreading grass like plant. 10+ plants for $15 (includes priority shipping). PM me for details.
I have one more trim package available:
(none are trimmed yet)
~10 x Rotala roundifolia
~ 5 x Rotala macrandra (nice)
~ 3 x Hygrophila 'Brown'
~ 2 x Hygrophila corymbosa 'Siamensis'
~ 1 x Hygrophila corymbosa 'Kompakt' (small but full and rooted)
~ 3 x Bacopa australis
~ 5 x Sagittaria...
(Needle sagittaria, Floaring arrowhead)
Origin: Coastal areas of Eastern United States.
Maximum height: 12 in. (30cm).
Growth rate: Medium.
Area: Background, midground.
Temperature: 72-82 degrees F ( 22-28 C).
Propagation: From runners.
$15ea x 5 Sagittaria subulata (Dwarf Sagittaria) large bundles. Each bundle has over 30 plants.
They came out of a high light tank that has nutrient rich substrate, weekly fertilizer dosing and co2 injection. Shipping is FREE and sent USPS Priority Mail with tracking number. Payment will be...
I have had this plant for a LONG time. For the first couple years it stayed small and was slow growing. I thought it was a pygmy chain sword. But now, it is totally out of control and after looking around on this site I am thinking it is dwarf sag (sagittaria subulata) now.
What do you guys...