I would like to buy H pinnatifida and L verticillata Cuba, preferably from one seller.
It was growing so fast and almost over ran the tanks, that I kept weeding them out; since there was a long stretch of months that nobody was buying it at a low $2 per plant pricing. Now, I'm getting inquiries if I sell it. What an unpredictable market.Hi Cris,
Weren't you growing and selling H. pinnatifida at one point?
The H pinnatifida did get invasive in my tanks. I practically pulled them out because nobody was buying (even at $2 per stem) for several months. I kept 3 mother plants which got shaded and melted and I didn't mind because it was not in demand. Now, I'm getting inquiries if I still have it; I want to grow a few stems just to have it available.Hi Cris,That's a shame, it is a really nice plant. It can get a little large but a nice centerpiece plant.
Perfect, manini is sending me some H pinnatifida today. I'll send you a PM.Hey Cris,
I have Ludwigia Cuba.. bunches and Bunches of it.. most is immersed but I have some emmersed that is starting to convert well now and I have it pretty cheap.. sorry on the pinnatifida though.. I have some but selling it so fast i don't have any at the moment
I got two emersed grown stems from AzFishKid this afternoon. The leaves look great/feathery and the plant is small/compact in form. I'm also getting lots of Ludwigia cuba stems from n_seine.Glad you found some. I just gave all my h. pinn to a club member a few weeks ago. Weedy plant forsure!