Aquafleur plants have arrived

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Thomas McMillan said:
Any idea when you will be selling the AF XL planats?

They'll be listed in the next few days
 
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Just thought I'd give a bit of feedback. I ordered an Anubias a couple of days ago - got it today and it's massive! No joke, it's one of the biggest Anubias I've ever seen. There must be nearly 30 leaves on this thing and it's even flowering.
 

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The 'Anubias Bonsai' - what species/variety is it?
Is it var. nana petite? *crosses fingers*
 

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Just received a selection of Aquafleur plants I ordered yesterday and would like to say that both the quality and quantity are fantastic. Dare I say it, but they are better than the Tropica plants that I've brought in the past.

And most importantly for the price you can't beat them

Thanks
James
 

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I've always loved AF plant pots, and planning to do a good order, but i'm wondering about the e. tennelus.
It looks like emerged leaves, how well does it do and how long to adapt to submerged growth?
Should it be cut down?

Oh and the anubias bonsai are awesome. :D
 

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jay said:
how well does it do and how long to adapt to submerged growth?

within a week you should see new growth,i'm seeing signs after 4 days!

allow the plant to establish itself for some time before even thinking about trimming it. when it's settled in and sending out runners freely, then you can trim. it'll grow shorter and redder. while it establishes itself trim off old emerged leaves as they start to die off :D
 
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