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Re: [APD] Sagittaria Subulata For Sale
Kevin Sheller wrote:
I can see why this plant is considered invasive. Here it is in my
freshly set up aquarium 9 months ago (it's amazing how young my tiger
I have removed a few bunches of Sagittaria Subulata from my thriving
75-gallon tank. A lot of it has grown 16" tall or more. I'm selling batches
of 10 plants, both tall and short for $12.00 -- this includes shipping to
wherever you are in the United States or Canada.
Email me and let me know if you'd like short or tall (or a mix).
and here it is today!!
Is this stuff is worth $? I've just been trashing it. I'm likely going
to do a large purge soon. I'd like to trade with someone and get some
Anyone know how to help my poor plant in the foreground? It's the same
that shows in the right foreground in the first photo "Aquarium.jpg".
Hard to believe they are the same plant. It did well, until I deprived
it of light by neglecting to clip taller plants for a couple months. I
loved it so much when it's in it's prime. I moved it out front to an
exclusive area where it is now for better light. It's dying....
Although, it seems to sprout a new fresh leaf the day after each %25+
water change. It's leaves were originally round, thick and green when I
first aquired it. You can see it changing in the original photo the
leaves changed to an elongated shape and favoring towards a dark red.
It's new leaves today are tiny and deep red, but weak and transparent so
far. Here is a better pic of just it in it's current form:
I've never added solid ferts before for roots, but I'm thinking it might
help but I always choke on the price from the LFS. I'd have to roll my
own if I were to do that.
I wish I new what it's name is. Anyone care to id it?
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