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Old 12-15-2013, 05:07 PM   #1 
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WANTED: low-light plants!

I just came back from a vacation and found that my aquarium has been pretty much destroyed. I spent my first day back in the states rinsing out dead plants from gravel and scrubbing off calcium buildup.

Unfortunately only my moss-balls and a tiny handful of java moss survived (my tank was outright ignored and my fish pawned off on a different person to fishsit, it's a long story). I'm looking for some low-light plants so I can get my aquarium up and running again!

Before leaving, I had moss balls, java fern, java moss, and an amazon sword. I can only afford up to $20 worth of plants including shipping, unfortunately. I've had to spent more money than I'd like buying supplies to fix all of the damage that's been done--ordering a new testing kit, a new heater, paying the second fishsitter, etc.
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Old 12-16-2013, 08:11 AM   #2 
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Try a PM to Peachii. Her plants are fantastic.
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