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Old 06-15-2014, 09:52 PM   #1 
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Umar's Plant "Store" - Different Species Available!

Hey everyone! I've always looked at the classified section of these forums because people here sell such great plants.

Anywho, I'd like to offer my plants for sale since I have 30+ species, spread throughout 5 tanks.

This is how I'm going to do it:
I'll do weekly or bimonthly updates with the plants that will be trimmed and offer packaged deals, but if you need anything in particular, shoot me a PM. I'll give you the prices via PM if you want specific species and I have them available.

A few of these species are medium-high tech, but a majority will do fine in low light and low fertz/ no-little co2! However, all of my 3 planted tanks are co2 injected and I dose excel as well with EI fertz, which means the plants will get to you in great condition.

Here's the plant list:
Ludwigia Repens
Ludiwigia Atlantis
Ludwigia Sp. Red
Ludwigia Red Plaustris
Ludwigia Glandulosa
Ludwigia Cuba
Ludwigia Repens x Arcuata
Ludwigia Rubin
Ludwigia senegalgensis
Ludwigia Pink ovalis
Bacopa caroliniana
Rotala Rotundifolia
Rotala Magenta
Rotala Colorata
Ammania Gracilis
Ammania Bonsai (True Rotala indica)
Staurogyne Repens
Pogostemon Helferi "Downoi"
Alternanthera Reineckii "Mini"
Alternanthera Reineckii Roseafolia
Alternanthera Reineckii Variegated
Echinodorus Blehri
Red Melon Sword
Bacopa Monnieri
Moneywort
Pearlweed - NOT HM (its better and carpets easier)
Crypt Undulata
Crypt Wendtii Brown
Crypt Nurri Pahang Mutated
Java Moss
Peacock Moss
Subwasstertang
Java Fern
Golden Nesea
Mayaca Fluvatilis
Blyxa Japonica
Hygro Sp. Brown
Hygro Compact
Limnophilia Aromatica
Anubias Coffefolia
Anubias Nana
Windelove Java Fern
Myriophyllum Matogrossense
Rotala H'ra
Rotala mini butterfly
Rotala singapore
Rotala caterpillar
rotala pearl type 1
Fissdens fontanus
dwarf water lettuce
greater duckweed
lesser duckweed
guppy grass
Micranthemum umbrosum "monte carlo"






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Old 06-15-2014, 09:57 PM   #2 
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TODAY's PLANTS (6/15/2014)

I have a packaged deal for $16 shipped.

3x3 mesh of Monte Carlo
4 stems Ludwigia Repens x Arcuata ~4 inches
5 stems Mayaca Fluvatilis ~4 inches
5 stems pearlweed ~1 inch plugs
A few small Java Fern plantlets (~3-4)
A half sandwich bag of Guppy grass

All of these are considered great beginner plants.
I will be shipping via 2-3 day Priority mail, so all these plants will cost approx $10.

DISCALIMER: snails and duckweed are a possibility. I rinse my plants thoroughly before packaging. Please dip if possible. VERY minimal algae, if at all.

PM me for any details.



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Old 06-22-2014, 07:49 PM   #3 
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TODAY'S PLANT SALE (6/22/14)


I'm offering a package for $16 shipped via priority mail.


- 5 stems of Ludwigia Repens x Arcuata
- 3 stems Myrio Mattogrossense
- A nice chunk of pearlweed - you can easily cover a 3x3 area by separating into plugs
- 5 Java Fern plantlets - each will have at least 4 leaves
- Half sandwich bag of guppy grass
- 5+ stems of Mayaca Fluvatilis
- A medium sized bronze crypt wendtii

and...a random plant: the first person to pay will pick a number from 1 to 4, and I'll include a sampling of a cool/uncommon plant that correlates to that number.

First person to PM me and pay gets the package. I will be shipping tomorrow.


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Old 06-22-2014, 10:13 PM   #4 
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The price of today's package has been lowered to $12 shipped!

If not claimed by midnight PST, I'm going to be RAOKing the following plants on a different forum.
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Old 06-22-2014, 10:30 PM   #5 
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This is a wonderful set of plants you are offering- awesome pricing as well!
I am wondering if it would be possible to omit certain plants and have them replaced with another? For example, replacing java fern plantlets with bacopa?
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This is a wonderful set of plants you are offering- awesome pricing as well!
I am wondering if it would be possible to omit certain plants and have them replaced with another? For example, replacing java fern plantlets with bacopa?
I can definitely do that (Bacopa Monnieri). This question was asked by another member here, and I told here that not only will I include the plants she wanted to substitute, but also include the original plants as well.

My secondary reason for doing these plant sales is to get people to try different plant species for an affordable price. Sure, the typical jungle val, dwarf sag, sword, anubias, etc. assortment is great, but I think people need to experiment, especially with stem plants considering they're SO MANY varieties of them.
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Old 06-22-2014, 11:11 PM   #7 
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Alright ^.^ I will PM you about purchasing~
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Old 06-26-2014, 02:13 PM   #8 
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Got my plants extremely healthy! There is some algae on them, but certainly is no problem~ Seller is very generous with his extras(It feels like Christmas for me.) Overall great pricing with nice communication/negotiations. The packages are totally worth buying c:
Before:

After:


Closer look at the quality of his plants~



Now they just have to grow and fill out~
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Old 06-26-2014, 02:39 PM   #9 
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Haha! How are you liking that bronze crypt?
I was crossing my fingers that it wouldn't melt mid-transit. Glad to know you like your plants! :D
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Old 06-26-2014, 02:44 PM   #10 
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It's awesome :P I was thinking the heat would cause problems too- nothing happened! Everything's super crisp.
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