10 Random Species Low Tech Plants Live Freshwater Trims Aquarium Easy Beginner

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10 Random Species Low Tech Plants Live Freshwater Trims Aquarium Easy Beginner
10 Random Species Low Tech Plants Live Freshwater Trims Aquarium Easy Beginner
10 Random Species Low Tech Plants Live Freshwater Trims Aquarium Easy Beginner
10 Random Species Low Tech Plants Live Freshwater Trims Aquarium Easy Beginner
10 Random Species Low Tech Plants Live Freshwater Trims Aquarium Easy Beginner
10 Random Species Low Tech Plants Live Freshwater Trims Aquarium Easy Beginner
10 Random Species Low Tech Plants Live Freshwater Trims Aquarium Easy Beginner

10 Random Species Low Tech Plants Live Freshwater Trims Aquarium Easy Beginner
Ten Random Species of Low Tech Live Freshwater Aquarium Plants. Just drop in and go! Easy trims to get your small tanks started. These are very small portions, but you’ll get at least ten individual plants, and I do my best to give you as much textural/ color variety as possible. You’ll get stem types, floaters, and mosses. All easily rooted, forgiving, and grow joyfully! This is a great way to get lots of variety if you’re the patient, experimental type. I’ve included a photo above of a sample order. These are the amounts you can expect to receive. It’s the trim pack I wish someone had offered when I was starting out with planted tanks. All grown submerged (except floaters obviously) with minimal fertilizer and average light/ room temperatures – unlike a lot of cheap plants out there. Which are grown only partially submerged. Its easier for those sellers to harvest and farm, but unfortunately there’s a long acclimation period in most people’s tanks. Lots don’t survive. I’ve posted pictures above of some of my actual tanks that I trim from. This is what a low maintenance, no heat, no- C02 tank can look like after your new plants establish. These are happy community tanks with colorful guppies, snails, shrimp, and of course, lots of plants! I do have a few filterless Walstad tanks as well, so you know these are hardy, easy-care plants that grow fast and under a wide variety of conditions. I do have snails in tanks, but no duckweed. If you’d absolutely rather not have snail hitchhikers, definitely look up how to do a bleach dip. Some random trims you may get these days. True Sagittaria, Frogbit, Java moss, Riccia, Rotala H’ra, Rotala Rotundifolia, Najas Guppy Grass. Tripartita’Japan’, Purple, red, or green Cabomba, N. Taiwan, Narrow Leaved Anacharis. Weeping moss, Salvinia Minima, Bacopa Caroliniana, Water Wisteria, Hornwort, Ambulia, Red Rooted Floaters. Water Lettuce, Water Sprite, Java Fern, H. Pinnafinatta, Pearlweed, Green Myrio and more… I do not offer a DOA policy on the plants at this time. There have been a few post office issues in these past weeks, for obvious reasons. I’m very careful, and I use methods that have consistently gotten the best results over years. Lot of love going into this hobby. Please don’t leave them in a mailbox. This is re: your feedback, and gives your live orders the best chance of making it to you safely before the weekend. Much love, and be safe. Thank you for looking, aqua friends! This is a weird time for us all. I want to thank you for allowing me to practice my hobby from home. It brings me so much joy. Want a beginner plant, snail, botanical package all in one? I’ve also got some Fancy Guppy juveniles for sale! Red Dragon Head Mosaics. Need fun color for your tank? Awesome Succulent Tank Decor and Fry Hides. The item “10 Random Species Low Tech Plants Live Freshwater Trims Aquarium Easy Beginner” is in sale since Wednesday, May 6, 2020. This item is in the category “Pet Supplies\Fish & Aquariums\Live Plants”. The seller is “cafandra” and is located in Lawrence, Kansas. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Water Type: Fresh
  • Custom Bundle: No
  • Water Temperature: Tropical
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Species: Anacharis
  • Difficulty Level: Beginner

10 Random Species Low Tech Plants Live Freshwater Trims Aquarium Easy Beginner