New PLANT IMPORTS

Discussion in 'Plants for sale or trade' started by LIAQUAT, Jun 3, 2009.

  1. LIAQUAT
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    ALL NEW IMPORTS

    Blood Stargrass Didiplis diandra 39.00ea

    Bolbitis heudeloti African Waterfern 89.00ea

    AND

    Bolbitis heteroclita Asian Waterfern 48.00ea

    Cryptocoryne pontederiifolia 39.00ea

    Apogoneton crispus 31.00ea A FEW LEFT!!

    Aponogeton rigidifolia 30.00ea


    pm if interested,
    Collection in CT
    Or package and post.
     
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    -summons- 50 PM's
     
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    Hi Liaquat

    Those are some very nice plants.

    Will send you pm for my order.
     
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    Yes, agreed. My pm is in........

    Thanks
    André
     
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    Thanks fellas!
    For response sofar.

    eish, Im on move between premises
    please give me time to get to pm, then maintain comms by sms ,if at all possible.

    Limited quantity, and availability.
    These plants are GOOD sizes, nice form, and HEALTHY.
     
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    Prices now included in first post!
     
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    I want to get some plants from you tomorrow. late morning. Pm me your contact details and directions
     
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    pm sent

    hope you can decipher it

    :D
     
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    Hi Liaquat

    Thanks for the plants. They are looking really good and are very nice size.
     
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    If anyone knows what those African WaterFern SHOULD look like, it's YOU!
    With your First-hand African habitat visits :p
    ..I feel (almost) guilty that I had to get them aquacultured from South East Asia to you. :eek:

    GLAD you like them.

    Just watch B heteroclita amphibious adaptation, I found that placed HIGH up near surface on log/branch or in shallower tanks they have the BEST chance.


    Best success has been with a batch near an aerated stream filter return outlet.

    Thanks for your feedback...

    Watch this space for MORE DELECTABLE plants!
     
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    any chance of a plant list, or special requests for the next order?
     
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    Yeah, I'm looking for:

    Echinodorus Ozelot
    Nymphaea micrantha
    Nymphaea stellata
    Pogostemon helferi
    Polygonum sp. 'Sao Paulo'
     
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    I wish I could already. :-X
    Wholesale trade distributors request items en masse, exporter THEN offers fulfilment of requested items, as best possible.

    As soon as I have ANY ideas, I'll post .

    I KNOW I'm getting more BloodStarGrass.
    Yoh! those just upped and went in 2days!
    Another 5, max 8 types, depends howmany fit in my allocated freight space (and budget)

    Hope to have some info during this week. Wait to hear back from outlets, so I can fwd requests.

    At this moment, with these exporters, I HAVE TO order bulk PER SPECIES. Then there's all other nitty-gritty to actually GET them here.

    BUT, I intend to do imports EVERY 2-3weeks ::)
    So the chances of getting something you REAAALLY REAAALLLY WANT become BETTER and BETTER.

    I'm gonna try not to repeat any item often ;)

    Send me email (in my profile), easier for me to reply.

    NEXT Arrivals 1week....
     
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    Those plants were amazing! thanks dude! can't wait for more!
     
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    Hey guys

    Maybe APSA members could decide on 2 plants per month.
    And hopefully enough of us will want it to justify a bulk import of it.
    One of us could act as a depot for the JHB plants to save on transport.

    Say HC and Ludwigia inclinata cuba for July
    Ammania selegensis and Tonia sp for Aug
    We could have a vote for what gets ordered that month.

    What do you guys think?


     
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    Sound like a very good idea to me! It would also mean that you don't
    have to buy 8 plants every time to make the shipping worthwhile...! :)

    So you can buy say 2 plants that total R60 and split the shipping
    between how many people order...

    I'd love to buy 8 plants every 2 weeks but "ja boet"...finances and tank space
    is a problem! :'(
     
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    Yeah it is a very good idea. Don't forget the PE folks! Our order can probably be delieverd to CPT, and then couriered to PE. But I'd be interested in such a plan.
     
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    I'm keen on the idea
     
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    I'm game...


    Liaquat, does that apply to fish as well?
     

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