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Show me your tank and if I feel like you need it more the plants are yours. I will pick a tank midnight tonight! for shipping on monday. I must get payment for shipping and paypal fees within 8 hours or the plants with go to the runner up.
Merry Christmas!


i have at-least 10 rooted healthy stems Picture is what you get.




FREE but you must paypal me $7 for shipping and paypal fees
 

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This is my 29 gallon....(sorry for the CRAPPY picture) it's kind of on a downswing right now, as the majority of the plants got transferred to the shrimp tank......all I have right now are a few really low-light stems that I saved.... :/ That ludwigia would make a PERFECT addition to it :) I've been really looking for some more plants but due to economical difficulty it's been tough... :(
 

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As you can see (sorta) I'm trying to get my own to grow more for me in the front right of this tank and I really think it would be better if I just straight out started with more.
Its from my 5.5 gallon journal, tank is hi lighting with soil substrate. I just need some DIY co2 or something though, and some better trimming techniques :p
 

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My 29 gallon tank. Dirt with pool sand cap. Osmocote tabs and CO2.
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Whole shot.

Your Awesome plants would hopefully get me here one day.

Thanks for considering.
 

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looks like your using sand Im thinking this plant requires soil
aquascapingworld.com states that while a nutrient-rich substrate is appreciated, normal water column fertilizers are fine. Also, aquaticjungles.com says that one of the reasons it is a popular plant is that it's so flexible, able to grow well in many different lighting levels and substrates.
 
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