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Re: [APD] New plant bulbs
These are aponogeton bulbs -- ordinarily aponogeton hybrids. I had a truly
wonderful one that was a "dwarf" -- about 6 inches in height -- that grew
from a bulb that ended up getting killed when I moved. The leaves sprouted
in a fan shape that was very elegant. The other bulbs developed leaves
that were unremarkable but pleasant looking. A friend who runs an aquarium
shop has one that looks like an A. ulvaceous but with shorter (about 18")
and narrower leaves. It is quite lovely.
The real fun, for me, was seeing what sort of plant developed from the
On Fri, Feb 29, 2008 at 1:30 PM, Harry Martin <harry at harrymartincartoons_com>
> I have some extra space in my tank, so I purchased a package of three
> Betta Bulbs I found at the local store.
> They are already starting to sprout. Not sure what's in the package, but
> it will be fun to figure out after the leaves grow out.
> Any guesses?
> Harry Martin
> Casper, WY
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