jumpsmasher Posted November 21, 2015 Report Share Posted November 21, 2015 In addition to our Tropica and Bucephalandra, we also have a collection of plants we grow in our own high tech planted tanks. Currently we got some floating plants as well as a few plants in pots for sale @ $5 per portion / pot Floating Plants: Red Root Floater (Phyllanthus fluitans) – A somewhat rare floating plants with round green leaves and unique red roots. Leaves can also turn pinkish-red under ideal conditions. Small handful ~ 20+ leaves Salvinia Minima (Common Salvinia / Water Spangles) – Easy floating plant with small, round leaves and dense, yet short root structure. Small bag full - ~ 80-100+ leaves Salvinia natans (Floating Fern) – A beautiful floating fern that grows fast and soaks up nutrients. Small bag full - ~ 80-100+ leaves Foreground / Midground Echinodorus 'Vesuvius' – A unique looking medium size sword plant with narrow corkscrew leave with many runners. ~ 5-6 young plants per pot - (sold out) Hygrophila 'Araguaia' – A compact, low growing Hygrophila with narrow, red-brown leaves that sot tight to the ground. - (sold out) Micranthemum umbrosum (Baby Tears) – stem plant with small, round leaves. Relatively easy but do require a decent amount of light. Grow fast under ideal conditions ~ 15 stems per pot - (sold out) Background Plants Limnophila hippuridoides – A lovely steam plant with narrow, pointy light green leaves with red-violet underside. Under ideal conditions, the entire leaf can turn red-violet. ~ 15 stems per pot - (sold out) Ludwigia repens 'Rubin' – An undemanding red Lugwigia with dark red leaves and stalk. Can grow up to 50cm tall. ~ 8-10 stems per pot - (sold out) Myriophyllum mattogrossense – A relatively easy stem plant with bright green feather like leaves. Grows fast and dense. ~ 15 stems per pot - (sold out) Myriophyllum tuberculatum – A red-orange Myriophyllum, similar to Myriophyllum mattogrossense but a bit more demanding in terms of light and nutrients. - ~ 15 stems per pot - (sold out) Rotala Wallichii – A popular but fairly demanding red stem plant. Require high lighting and fertilization. ~ 25 stems per pot Rare PlantsThese plants are produced in our tanks and available in limited quantities. Most are quite demanding and will require high light, co2 and fertilization. They are prices individually with available quantity in parentheses. Contact us to reserve any species that are sold out Proserpinaca palustris 'Cuba' (sold out) – A unique stem plant with long, finely denticulated, needle-like leaves. Require high light and high CO2 to maintain its red colour – $3 / stem Ludwigia brevipes (6) – A fast & dense growing foreground / mid-ground stem plant. - $1 / stem Eichhornia Diversifolia (6) – A gorgeous green stem plant with unique leaves. A fast growing, robust plant that require high light, co2 and good fertilization – $4 / stem Pogostemon sp. 'Sri Lanka' (4) – A new and still fairly rare Pogostemon species. Similar to Pogostemon Stellatus but with with long, narrow leaves. Can get quite large, with leaves up to 10cm long. Require high light, CO2 and good fertilization – $8 / stem Rotala Mini Butterfly (24) –A fairly new rotala species with dense, small leaves. Will turn deep red under high light. Undemanding otherwise. Great for nano tanks due to its small size. –$2 / stem Limnophila Mini 'Vietnam' (12) –A fairly new, small stem plant with compact, creeeping growth. Can be used as a foreground or midground plant. – $2 / stem - (sold out) Eriocaulon setaceum (6) –This erio is more of a stem plant but just as demanding as other erios. Require soft, acidic water, high light & co2 and heavy fertilization. – $8 / stem - (sold out) Eriocaulon sp. Polaris fr. An Son River (preorder - 8)- A very beautiful erio that is fairly easy (as far as erio goes). Still require soft, acidic water, high light & co2 and heavy fertilization. Will be available in a 2-3 weeks. – $35 ea. Tonina fluviatilis (sold out) –A fairly slow growing stem plant, toninas are closely related to Eriocaulon & Syngonanthus plants. as such, they require simialr parameters; soft, acidic water, high light & co2 and heavy fertilization – $4 / stem Rotala sp. 'Vietnam' (4) –A relatively new rotala that is similar to Rotala wallichii. Similar requirements as Rotala wallichii but CO2 and a steady supply of nutrients will encourage the growth of larger stems with shorter internodes – $2 / stem Ludwigia inclinata var. verticillata 'Curly/Tornado' (3) –A very unique cultivar of Ludwigia inclinata var. verticillata with curly leaves. It is a mutation of L. inclinata var. verticillata 'Cuba'. Require high light, CO2 and good fertilization. – $8 / stem - (sold out) We have source some fairly rare crypts, swords & other plants from our supplier in Indonesia. These are sold in 2" pots Cryptocoryne Cryptocoryne wendtii 'Green Gecko' - $9 ea. Cryptocoryne striolata 'Deep Pink' - $15 ea. (available soon) Cryptocoryne cordata var. Grabowski - $35 ea. (available soon) Echinodorus Echinodorus 'Big bear' - $15 ea. Echinodorus 'Hadi Red Pearl' - $15 ea. Echinodorus 'Ida Bright Star' - $15 ea. Echinodorus 'Joyo Bright Star' - $15 ea. Echinodorus 'Joyo Red Star' - $15 ea. Echinodorus 'Quadricolor' - $22 ea. Homalomena Homalomena cf humilis (Red) - $15 ea. (available soon) located in Downtown West (Calgary) but can ship across Canada. pm or email me (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you are interested Red Root Floater (Phyllanthus fluitans) Echinodorus 'Vesuvius' Photo credit: Tropica Myriophyllum mattogrossense Photo credit: Tropica Rotala Wallichii Photo credit: Tropica Myriophyllum tuberculatum Photo credit: Tropica Ludwigia repens 'Rubin' Photo credit: Tropica Limnophila hippuridoides [/url ] Photo credit: Tropica Hygrophila 'Araguaia' Photo credit: Tropica Micranthemum umbrosum (Baby Tears) Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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