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Old 21-08-2004, 10:39 AM
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Hello all,
I've decided that I want to aquascape my tank, but my LFS
doesn't have much of a selection. Does anyone have a reccomendation for an
online source that they trust? As always any help is appreciated.


--Jim--



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Old 21-08-2004, 11:05 PM
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I have had good luck w/ aquatic plant depo. The plants I get from them are
very healthy.

http://www.aquaticplantdepot.com/



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Hello all,
I've decided that I want to aquascape my tank, but my LFS
doesn't have much of a selection. Does anyone have a reccomendation for an
online source that they trust? As always any help is appreciated.


--Jim--




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Old 22-08-2004, 02:41 AM
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"Spyder2x" wrote in message
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Hello all,
I've decided that I want to aquascape my tank, but my LFS
doesn't have much of a selection. Does anyone have a reccomendation for an
online source that they trust? As always any help is appreciated.


--Jim-

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freshwateraquariumplants.com

I just ordered some plants from this place, and they were gorgeous.
Customer service was excellent, also.


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Old 22-08-2004, 03:10 AM
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Depends on where you live.
check out this Australian site its the cheepest i could find and if you
spend more than $55AU postage is free.
Plants:

http://www.aquaria.com.au/db/shoppin...reshwater&Cate
gory=Plants+%2d+Live


For everything else you cant go past:

http://www.aquaticlifeaquariums.com....t_67.html&lang
=en-gb



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Old 28-08-2004, 03:56 AM
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Where are you located?. I find the best source of plants are other
aquarists. There might be a group near you.

Bob
"Spyder2x" wrote in message
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Hello all,
I've decided that I want to aquascape my tank, but my LFS
doesn't have much of a selection. Does anyone have a reccomendation for an
online source that they trust? As always any help is appreciated.


--Jim--






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Old 28-08-2004, 03:28 PM
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Where are you located?. I find the best source of plants are other
aquarists. There might be a group near you.



Las Vegas, Nevada.
I've Googled for clubs, but I've only found one, that doesn't exist any
more...but the website is still up.:-(

--Jim--


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Old 31-08-2004, 02:11 AM
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I'll let you know when I trim my tank again (week or two). If you're still
interested at that time, I'll send you all the plants I can fit into the
priority mail folder to you. I'll only charge $10 via paypal and I'll pay
for the priority mail charge.

Here is a list of some plants I know would be included...

Java Fern (several small plants)
Water Sprite
Hornwort
Corkscrew vals (maybe)
L. Sessiliflora
L. Aquatica
Bacopa Carolina
Hygro.
Diandra (probably)

I also have 3 species of swords and a green Tiger Lotus growing very well
right now. If any of these produce runners within a week or two, I could
also send them as well.

Just let me know.

Good luck.

Craig Brye
University of Phoenix Online

----- Original Message -----
From: "Spyder2x"
Newsgroups: rec.aquaria.freshwater.plants
Sent: Saturday, August 28, 2004 8:28 AM
Subject: Plant Sources


Where are you located?. I find the best source of plants are other
aquarists. There might be a group near you.



Las Vegas, Nevada.
I've Googled for clubs, but I've only found one, that doesn't exist any
more...but the website is still up.:-(

--Jim--





--
Craig Brye
University of Phoenix Online

"Spyder2x" wrote in message
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Where are you located?. I find the best source of plants are other
aquarists. There might be a group near you.



Las Vegas, Nevada.
I've Googled for clubs, but I've only found one, that doesn't exist any
more...but the website is still up.:-(

--Jim--




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Old 31-08-2004, 02:35 AM
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Deal...I have over 1370 PayPal transactions, and my E-bay rating is over
2430. So you can rest assured I'll keep up my end just contact me when your
ready.
is my business address.

--Jim--

"Craig Brye" wrote in message
...
I'll let you know when I trim my tank again (week or two). If you're
still
interested at that time, I'll send you all the plants I can fit into the
priority mail folder to you. I'll only charge $10 via paypal and I'll pay
for the priority mail charge.

Here is a list of some plants I know would be included...

Java Fern (several small plants)
Water Sprite
Hornwort
Corkscrew vals (maybe)
L. Sessiliflora
L. Aquatica
Bacopa Carolina
Hygro.
Diandra (probably)

I also have 3 species of swords and a green Tiger Lotus growing very well
right now. If any of these produce runners within a week or two, I could
also send them as well.

Just let me know.

Good luck.

Craig Brye
University of Phoenix Online

----- Original Message -----
From: "Spyder2x"
Newsgroups: rec.aquaria.freshwater.plants
Sent: Saturday, August 28, 2004 8:28 AM
Subject: Plant Sources


Where are you located?. I find the best source of plants are other
aquarists. There might be a group near you.



Las Vegas, Nevada.
I've Googled for clubs, but I've only found one, that doesn't exist any
more...but the website is still up.:-(

--Jim--





--
Craig Brye
University of Phoenix Online

"Spyder2x" wrote in message
news:lM%[email protected]
Where are you located?. I find the best source of plants are other
aquarists. There might be a group near you.



Las Vegas, Nevada.
I've Googled for clubs, but I've only found one, that doesn't exist any
more...but the website is still up.:-(

--Jim--






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Old 31-08-2004, 03:49 AM
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Sounds good. I'll let you know when I'm about to trim to make sure
everything is still a go. We can worry about Paypal then.

--
Craig Brye
University of Phoenix Online

"Spyder2x" wrote in message
news:[email protected]
Deal...I have over 1370 PayPal transactions, and my E-bay rating is over
2430. So you can rest assured I'll keep up my end just contact me when

your
ready.
is my business address.

--Jim-

-

"Craig Brye" wrote in message
...
I'll let you know when I trim my tank again (week or two). If you're
still
interested at that time, I'll send you all the plants I can fit into the
priority mail folder to you. I'll only charge $10 via paypal and I'll

pay
for the priority mail charge.

Here is a list of some plants I know would be included...

Java Fern (several small plants)
Water Sprite
Hornwort
Corkscrew vals (maybe)
L. Sessiliflora
L. Aquatica
Bacopa Carolina
Hygro.
Diandra (probably)

I also have 3 species of swords and a green Tiger Lotus growing very

well
right now. If any of these produce runners within a week or two, I

could
also send them as well.

Just let me know.

Good luck.

Craig Brye
University of Phoenix Online

----- Original Message -----
From: "Spyder2x"
Newsgroups: rec.aquaria.freshwater.plants
Sent: Saturday, August 28, 2004 8:28 AM
Subject: Plant Sources


Where are you located?. I find the best source of plants are other
aquarists. There might be a group near you.


Las Vegas, Nevada.
I've Googled for clubs, but I've only found one, that doesn't exist any
more...but the website is still up.:-(

--Jim--





--
Craig Brye
University of Phoenix Online

"Spyder2x" wrote in message
news:lM%[email protected]
Where are you located?. I find the best source of plants are other
aquarists. There might be a group near you.


Las Vegas, Nevada.
I've Googled for clubs, but I've only found one, that doesn't exist any
more...but the website is still up.:-(

--Jim--










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