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Discussion in 'Plant Help' started by Nick16, 18 Dec 2008.

  1. Nick16

    Nick16 Member

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    hi, i want to order some plants from a UK based company probably AE.

    but i have some Q's:

    1) what part of the tank do you plant bacopa australis? (front middle back?)
    2) where can i get alternanthera reineckii lilacina (the red version) as AE only have it in extra large.
     
  2. Nick16

    Nick16 Member

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    also places where i can find C.parva, Java fern Narrow, rotala rotundefolia 'green' and/or rotala rotundefolia, alternanthera reineckii lilacina, bacopa australis cheaply.
     
  3. samc

    samc Member

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    i asked last trading post on ebay if they do individual plants and if they could order me some in, they said they could order some in after christmas. they are very cheap rotala sp.green is £1.60 a pot and i would say bacopa australias would be around the same, i gave them a list and they could get them all. thanks
     
  4. Nick16

    Nick16 Member

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    wow cheers mate, il ask, man your helpful!
     
  5. Thomas McMillan

    Thomas McMillan Member

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    Try The Green Machine, another one of our sponsors.

    Bacoupa Australis is a background plant, but it can be used mid-ground I suppose and I have heard of it even being used as a foreground plant.
     

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