For Sale Several Species of Fresh Water Aquatic Plants

Crispino Ramos

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Plants A La Carte


Persicaria odorata 'Vietnamese Coriander Herb' - 5 stems for $6
Lindernia sp India - 10 stems for $5
Lindernia rotundifolia - 15 stems for $5
Ludwigia brevipes - 6 stems for $5
Ludwigia X lacustris - 5 stems for $6
Staurogyne sp Porto Velho - 10 stems for $5
Limnophila sp Broad - 5 stems for $5
Limnophila sp Wavy - 5 stems for $5
Limnophila sp Guinea (fine leaf) - 10 stems for $5
Hygrophila sp Bihar - 5 stems for $5
Hygrophila sp Guinea - 5 stems for $5
Hygrophila difformis - 6 stems for $5
Limnophila aromatica - 10 stems for $5
Pogostemon cf pumilus (also called Pogostemon punctata sp 'Blume') - 6 stems for $5
Cryptocoryne wendtii 'Mi Oya' - $5 for 3 plants
Cryptocoryne wendtii Tropica Bronze - 3 plants for $5
Lobelia cardinalis 'Dwarf' - 5 plants for $5
Nymphoides sp Taiwan - one mature plant for $5
Bacopa lanigera emersed - 3 stems for $6
Bacopa caroliniana emersed - 5 stems for $6
Bacopa sp Colorata - 5 stems for $5
Bacopa sp Salzmannii - 5 stems for $6
Anubias nana Petite - one stem with 6-8 leaves for $6
Najas roraima - two multi-branched stems for $5
Hydrothrix gardneri - 5 stems for $6
Pogostemon stellatus Broad Leaf - 5 stems for $6
Rotala macranda Red - 5 stems for $5
Myriophyllum sp Guyana - 5 stems for $5
Myriophyllum mattogrossense - 8 stems for $5
Nymphaea zenkeri Red Tiger - one plant for $7


Shipping - $7.
 
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splash

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Received my plants today - very happy with their condition and overall smooth transaction! Great seller.
 

Tom Barr

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I've ordered a few times from him, A+, best way to do it is via other hobbyists.
 

fablau

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Thank you for your reply. I am in southern California, how long does it take to arrive here? How do you package the plants to prevent them to die? How much shipping charges would be? I am sorry for so many questions, just curious because I never ordered plants via mail from other hobbyists... Thanks!
 

Tom Barr

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fablau;87130 said:
Thank you for your reply. I am in southern California, how long does it take to arrive here? How do you package the plants to prevent them to die? How much shipping charges would be? I am sorry for so many questions, just curious because I never ordered plants via mail from other hobbyists... Thanks!

2 days typically.
Better than commercial vendors.
7$ I think
Generally if there's any DOA, the credit or they resend new plants.

I'm in Sac and never had any issues to and from.
 

Pooch

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I've purchased from Crispino before. Excellent plants, wide and rare variety, and a great chap to boot. Phoenix to Fargo without issue.

@Crispino: is the above list still valid as to what you have on offer?
 

Zookeeper

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Hi, I'm Tim and new here. Just thought I'd ask if you were still selling your aquatic plants. I've just recently got another tank after a 41 year absence. I have a 55 gal. tank, that is set-up for tropical s, and I'm staying with the smaller fish, 3" and under. If you are still selling, could you recommend what you have that would make a densely planted tank ? My dimensions are 19" T. x 48" L. x 12" D. It's a gravel bottom, about 3", and I have an awesome piece of driftwood, but it's coming out due to the tannin, it just won't quit making my water look like a glass of tea. But I do have some very large , almost soccer ball size, boulders in it and plenty of other stones I will add after removing the driftwood. Any advice on what plants would be great, and I will buy them from you. Also, I am thinking about dirting my tank .

Thanks in advance,
Tim Allen
Columbus, Ohio
 

Crispino Ramos

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Apr 23, 2010
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Phoenix, Arizona, USA
Zookeeper;87256 said:
Hi, I'm Tim and new here. Just thought I'd ask if you were still selling your aquatic plants. I've just recently got another tank after a 41 year absence. I have a 55 gal. tank, that is set-up for tropical s, and I'm staying with the smaller fish, 3" and under. If you are still selling, could you recommend what you have that would make a densely planted tank ? My dimensions are 19" T. x 48" L. x 12" D. It's a gravel bottom, about 3", and I have an awesome piece of driftwood, but it's coming out due to the tannin, it just won't quit making my water look like a glass of tea. But I do have some very large , almost soccer ball size, boulders in it and plenty of other stones I will add after removing the driftwood. Any advice on what plants would be great, and I will buy them from you. Also, I am thinking about dirting my tank .

Thanks in advance,
Tim Allen
Columbus, Ohio

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