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Wanted: Dsm Friendly Plants (easy), Emergent Plants, Ohko (dragon) Stone, Manzanita Driftwood

Discussion in 'Trades, swaps, sales' started by Angelyn, Aug 31, 2019.

  1. Angelyn

    Angelyn New Member

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    Okay so howdy y'all, I'm from northern Illinois. I'm currently working on my second walstad tank setup that's 55g, I'd prefer DHG and S repens for the dsm as well as moss to attach to the driftwood (I want it to be so it's partially emerged as well) . I've been having a hell of a time finding pothos locally, I think my area is having a pothocalypse , umbrella papyrus, or parlor palms would be my top preference for emerged plants that Im looking for. I'm looking for Manzanita driftwood but something similar will work too. Thank you!
     
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    Hello Angelyn, I just joined this site and I see that you are looking for some beautiful pieces of wood for your tank. I carry Azalea wood which many people give a generic name to by calling anything snarled and twisted as spider wood. Which is like calling a facial tissue kleenex. It's not all the same. Im not sure if you have found what you were looking for but I see that you were open to other ideas. I live in Illinois so it would be much to ship. I have a very wide selection of sizes. If you are interested and looking for that perfect piece I would love to work with you and help take something beautiful to that second level. The Azalea wood is perfect for planted tanks and has been and still is the #1 wood used for aquascaping. Any questions or would like some pics just let me know. Thank you
     
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    Adam G New Member

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    Houston Manzanita carries a lot of driftwood types.
     
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