What they want:
What they have:Carlos,
Do you have a pic of the following:
Rotala sp "Rio de Janeiro Botanic Gardens #1"
Rotala sp "Rio de Janeiro Botanic Gardens #2"
I'm interested in
Cryptocoryne cordata v blassii
Cryptocoryne wendtii 'Rose'
Echinodorus 'Indian Red'
Echinodorus 'Kleiner Bar'
Regarding the plants shipping portion, we need to discuss this in more detail. I'm aware of the way the plants need to be wrapped. What I probably need to know is how should this package be declared as...stuff like that... to be delivered successfully to your doorstep.
If anyone wants pictures, I can offer them. The Ludwigia sp Araguaia is a gorgeous, large green, pink topped variety of Ludwigia sp Cuba and Ludwigia sp Pantanal. Lots of really nice plants in that list. :mrgreen:Carlos,
Here's my list:
Tonina sp collected from Belem
Tonina sp from Manaus
Tonina sp from Uaupes
Tonina sp varigated
Tonina sp "slender leaf"
Tonina fluviantilis from Sao Paulo
Tonina fluviantilis from Belem
Tonina fluviantilis collected from unknown point.
Eracaulon sp (similar to eracaulon setacum)
Proserpinaca palustris from cuba
Polygonum sp from Sao Paulo
Mayaca sp from Araguaia
Mayaca sp (Unknown origin)
Rotala sp from Goias
Rotala Macrandra (2 species of unknown origin; green broad and narrow leaf
Rotala Macrandra (Varigated version)
Rotala Macrandra from West Indies
Bacopa sp from Araguaia
Ludwigia sp from Cuba
Ludwigia sp from Pantanal
Ludwigia sp from Araguaia
Ludwigia inclinata "Green"
Nymphaea sp (unknown origin but leaves contain 4 different colors)
Utricularia sp (Unknow origin but red in color)
I can also send the plants from Oriental as well... whatever is available here from Oriental that is...