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That time of the month again

I didn't trim over the holidays, so I finally started (working on it now). Here's the halfway point, and why I think my high light planted is more work than my reef.
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Re: That time of the month again

HOLY CRAP. I"m jealous and envious of your plants.

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Re: That time of the month again

Wow! So can you propagate those?
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Re: That time of the month again

yes, absolutely. Stem plants propegate simple by cutting and replanting, root plants send off runners.

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Wow, that is a LOT of plants
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Re: That time of the month again

Eh I guess its a few....

( has gotten JCs plants before, and wow he stuffs a box!)
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Re: That time of the month again

Need a before/after pic of the tank!

I also need some Rotala Ludwigia.. Can't seem to keep mine alive.

Also need a soda.. But nothing you can do for that. :p
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Re: That time of the month again

So does anyone send plant cuttings in the mail? I would be willing to send money for shipping and such if someone sent me a bucket of plants like that. Obviously moved into a box....don't really need the bucket!
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Re: That time of the month again

A lot of us sell and ship plants @JenK JC, Majerah1, i'm sure there are others that are willing.

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Re: That time of the month again

I have some I could clip and send but not a ton. Def not a bucket.

70 gallon- Betta Enisae pair, betta Ocellata pair, female Betta Pugnax

29 Gallon- Betta Pallifina and Betta Patoti

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