PreOrders Aug/Sept 2011

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    Hello!

    Here's our next Planted Aquarium species selection:

    1. Ammania gracilis

    2. Anubias gigantea

    3. Aponogeton crispus

    4. Aponogeton madagascariensis

    5. Aponogeton capuroni

    6. Barclaya longifolia

    7. Blyxa auberti

    8. Crinum calamistratum

    9. Cryptocoryne cordata

    10. Glossostigma elatinoides

    11. Nymphoides aquatica

    Quantities are limited!
    If you are interested please PM, your species, quantity, email and location
    I will reply with final costing quotes etc.

    Thanks!
     
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    are you only bringing those in what about Pogostemon helferi
     
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    Yes , Herman that is what I ordered.
    Pogostemon helferi is not ready for release yet.
    When some are available , I will notify all those who asked.
     
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    Hi Liaquat

    Please give me your opinion on the suitability of B. Aubertii as a substitute for C. Helferi as a grassy background plant. I'm not too keen on the Blyxa turning reddish as I've seen in a few google searches. I've seen some very bushy looking Blyxa pictures and that is not the look I am after either, but I can't find any pictures other than those of high light tanks, which appear to enhance the red and bushy growth pattern. Can you PM a price to me? And also a price for the Crinum.
     
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    "bump!"
    I missed a species, list is now 11 items long.
    Note!
    Due to exports being affected during Ramadaan, and Eid celebrations following we may have a slight delay in availability.

    Laure:
    My OPINION, as you've asked...it IS a real alternative, just moderate your shading or offset it to lighting levels, if you prefer the greener appearance.

    On the one hand, don't take any...wait for Cyperus
    On the other hand... it's got alot going for it as a focal or background species.
    So, the decision is entirely yours

    Web pictures are not very representative of "everyman's planted aquarium"

    I trust you are careful with your tank , so should know how your tank stacks up wrt NO3, Iron, and unobstructed light to deduce the possibility and extent of "Reddening"

    It is best to email your preorders....for my response, thanks
     
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    If only you could have got BLYXA JAPONICA,

    ThAt would have made my day!
     

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