Obscure Ground Covers and Rosettes?

Discussion in 'Plant Help' started by Philosophos, 28 Jul 2009.

  1. Philosophos

    Philosophos Newly Registered

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    Hey everyone,

    This would be my first post on UKAPS. I'm sure at least a couple of people recognize me from other places though. I've been doing aquariums and planted tanks for a while now, I just haven't made it over to this forum until now.

    Anyhow, I was wondering about any new rosettes and ground covers to hit the market over in the UK this year. Maybe something that isn't so big in North America yet. I'm sure the market looks different enough.

    -Philosophos
     
  2. aaronnorth

    aaronnorth Member

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    Welcome :)

    Staurogyne sp. is the newest plant i can think of,
    cryptocoryne parva, glossotigma elatinoides, hemianthus callitrichoides, utricularia graminifolia, marsilea, to name a few. Not new really though
     
  3. Philosophos

    Philosophos Newly Registered

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    Ya, staurogyne is fairly new here, though it seems to have been kept at least 4 years ago. I'm hoping to get my hands on some in the near future.The rest seems to have made its way around here already. Occasionally some obscure new moss comes out of the boards on Aquatic Quotient; most of it never seems to leave Malaysia though.

    -Philosophos
     

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