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I'm currently looking for four kinds of plants:
Rotala spec. 'Green'
Bolbitis heudelotti ---- the curly, bushy, short form. NOT the one
that grows 18 inches or more tall with the long petiole and NOT Bolbitis
hetercolita. It's described in this post:
"There seem to be at least two different "varieties" of Bolbitis heudelotti
around in the hobby these days. One is the traditional B. heudelotii, which
does well in water that is quite soft. It has a shorter petiole, and
curlier leaves."// I plan to tie it to a piece of bogwood in a shallow 20gL
tank, so I don't want it growing straight out of the water!
I have this up for trade:
Lobelia cardinalis 'small form'
Lindernia rotundifolia 'variegated'
Thank you for your attention,
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