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~Echinodorus 'Midi Fleur' melon sword~

I have some 5-6 rare medium-sized echi, 'midi fleur' babies;these swords grow up to be 12 inches adult, gets a red hue at the new shoots and they can get crimson red with leaves. Very beautiful plant to have in your plant collection. $10.00 for one.



As you can see the mother is on the right and the babies are on the bottom..

Shipping is 6.00, priority mail takes it to you 2-3 days.

I accept credit card paypal and regular paypal.

Please 'private message' me if you are interested.

Peace!

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I also have some aquatic plants like:

Rotala verticillaris
Rotala wallichi
Hygro sp. 'ceylon'
Stargrass
Echinodorus vesuvius
Green hygro
Pogostemon stellatus
L. Aromatica
Water primrose

Ammania gracilis
Myrio matto

Just about all sizes and in great shape, contact me and I'll give you my deal.
 

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*Price reduced*

6.00 for one

The mother plant is now for sale. A year and a half old, i think it is finally time for it to move on. It's 50 dollars for the mother.
 

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$ Yeesh, the economy these days.., guys, the midi fleur is now only $4.00 it's as low as it can go. I bought this sized plant for 10.00 from AaronT. This is your chance to get a neat-looking melon sword as your centerpiece plant in your tank. The enormous mother is now $45.00 shipping for the mother is going to be $10.00.

Rotala vert is just 0.50 cents per stem.
 

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Hope this sells for you!

I think people who don't have a 75+ gallon tank automatically give up when they see the word "sword" because they assume it's going to outgrow the tank.

Here's a picture of a cluster of Midifleurs in a 20g tank for anyone who wants a reference:



Personally really enjoyed the dimension the grouping added to my tank.
 

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Rich substrate is a must as they're heavy root feeders. Most of them do best in medium-high light, though they will live in low light but tend to grow leggy with longer stems.
What needs does the swords have? Do they need high light?
 
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