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post #11 of 16 (permalink) Old 11-22-2012, 12:03 PM
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where in ontario are you? if you are near kitchener-waterloo I could give you some. I was recently at my brother's place and his java moss has taken over his 20gallon, literally fills half of the tank lol
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post #12 of 16 (permalink) Old 11-22-2012, 01:53 PM Thread Starter
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where in ontario are you? if you are near kitchener-waterloo I could give you some. I was recently at my brother's place and his java moss has taken over his 20gallon, literally fills half of the tank lol
I'm in Burlington, so not super close. :/ Thanks for the offer!
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You can try aquabid.com too. I see Canadian sellers and most people have reasonable shipping rates. The only draw back is waiting for a seller to post. You could see if there is a local planted aquarium club in your area too.

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Did you try Hamilton aquarium society?
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Did you try Hamilton aquarium society?
I've looked on the forums. They didn't seem to have anything. I would just join them in person or whatever, but I'm incredibly busy with uni and don't really have much time for extracurricular stuff. I'll probably just get some from the Plant Guy website. Thanks again everyone!
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Just wanted to let you know that I received my plants from The Plant Guy and they all looked fabulous! I know nothing about plants, so this is a learning experience. I expected a few to die off pretty quick, but everything is looking great still! I especially love that plants that need to be tied to rocks come that way, which made it so much easier. My betta loves swimming in the anacharis! Most definitely will be ordering from that site again.
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