I took a little break from the hobby and downsized a bit when my son was born back in the summer. Now that he's getting older and we're all getting settled in it's time to rejoin the hobby a bit more and trim my much overgrown farm tank.
Please add $6.00 for USPS priority mail shipping within the contiguous 48 states for any combination of plants shown below. I plan to ship everyone's plants this coming Saturday and I can only take paypal as payment and can accept credit cards. Thanks for looking! I will guarantee live arrival of your plants minus shipping costs provided you can provide a detailed photo 3 hours or less after the package's arrival. Cryptocoryne cordata 'Rosanervig'
This particular variety of C. cordata gets strong pink veins under low light conditions. The plant I'm selling was grown in high light so the veins are not as pronounced at the moment.
Cryptocoryne cordata 'Thailand' - PENDING
This variety of C. cordata was collected in Thailand as the name suggests. I do have collection information for this particular plant. I'm growing it in 3" pots in aquasoil using pure water for the pots to sit in. This plant can also be grown submersed in a softer water tank, say pH of 6.5 or less.
Cryptocoryne ideii - PENDING
This is a great Crypt for aquascaping. While the picture is of my emersed pot the plant looks the same when submersed (gray green leaves with bright green tiger stripes) and stays 3" tall or less. It also does not need any special conditions to be used submersed and is easily one of the coolest new Crypts.
Cryptocoryne minima - PENDING
Another great small Crypt that can easily be grown submersed. Has dark green leaves. Hydrothrix gardneri
L - This is a very difficult plant to find and is fairly easy to grow. It's appearance is similar to Eriocaulon seteceum, but is much easier to grow. Microsorum pteroptus 'Trident'
- $20.00 / LARGE 30+ leaves portion (8 available) In my opinion this is the coolest and most useable variety of fern in the hobby right now. It stays shorter (about 6" tall max) than most pteroptus varieties and is just as easy to grow.
Lilaeopsis sp. 'Micro' - $10.00 / 20 runners (2 available) This is not to be confused with Lilaeopsis brasiliensis. This particular species of Lilaeopsis was given to our club by Christel Kasselmann several years ago and has been mostly circulated within our club ever since. We've been working on a proper ID, but have been unable to flower it thus far.
It's fairly easy to grow and the blades of the leaves are much thinner than other varieties of Lilaeopsis. It's the skinny green foreground plant mixed in with E. tennelus 'Micro' in the foreground of the picture. Mesanthemum sp. 'Africa'
- $15.00 / 3" tall plant (2 available) This is a close relative of the genus Eriocaulon, but is much much easier to grow. The leaves get very tall and will sway gently in the flow of the aquarium, much like Cyperus helferi, only the leaves are slightly wider. It makes for an awesome backround plant.
Rotala hippuris - PENDING
This is a relatively easy to grow Rotala species similar in size and shape to Rotala wallichi, only with finer bright pinkish red leaves.