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Must be a semi active poster, no new people please. Few posts a month is fine so long as you have atleast 50 overall and are posting in other threads than giveaways/auctions.
Continental US only, since these are bareroot we will try to ship to CA but it is completely on you.
Winners will pay...
A nice scrambling epiphytic species. It is a little slow growing and likes warmer temps and well drained media. The small division pictured below will be shipped bareroot wrapped in LFS. Winner pays $3.00 for USPS flat rate Priority Mail (I will cover the rest). Shipping can be combined with...
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This terrarium had bugs I believed were aphids many years ago, I have not seen any in years and just last month used the "dry ice" pest method on all of my terrariums so make sure you understand and treat these plants accordingly
1) Opening Bid of $2.
Up for auction is a nicely rooted division of the "ant fern" Lecanopteris mirabilis, a great companion plant for Nepenthes and a pretty tough plant (seriously, I grow mine as a houseplant). Bidding starts at $10.00. USA only. I cannot provide phytosanitary certificates. Shipping is on me. If you...
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Must be a semi active poster, no new people please. Few posts a month is fine so long as you have atleast 50 overall and are posting in other threads than giveaways.
Continental US only and we do not ship to CA anymore.
Winners will pay postage...
From memory- additions will be common!
Rubra ssp. Gulfensis
Hurricane creek white
"Mike Wang AxB"
Mixed seeds and seedlings
Lots of typical
Sorry for the blurry photo, I took this when the tank was dark. The moss came from the US. I want to know what is growing out of it, I like it a lot.
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I can already tell some plants are hitting the slow decline to dormancy, and the rest will probably slow down soon too. Because everything is outside in natural light, or behind a window with the same, even the Neps stop pitchering for the season once the hours of daylight dips beneath their...
I have a volunteer plant that's starting to shade stuff I don't want shaded, so it has to go! Preferably looking for a trade, but will let it go for the cost of shipping. Shipping presents a choice. Intact, the plant will need a medium box, $13. However if I trim a couple fronds it will fit in a...
This is really overkill, but since I already have the photos, as well as tons propagated...
I'm looking for some of the very red sphagnum moss. I'm giving my mom a new Nepenthes and I wanted to have some for that new plant, as well as her existing Nepenthes. Red is her favorite color, and she...
To be honest, this is a bit premature. I have a ton of these guys, however, and they will likely be ready for trade in a couple months or so.
Cyathea medullaris, the "Black Tree Fern" is perhaps the tallest of the genus (up to 20 m, 66 ft. !!) and also one of the most beautiful.
OK here's Fred with another wort. I have a couple of quarter trays with this fern in and can see immediately that it is super easy to identify in the wild. That's once you've knelt down on mud and decided that the mass of green growth isn't grass or reed and your high power loupe hasn't steamed...
(Sorry if this is a repeat for a few people. I copied this post verbatim from another forum)
Any thoughts on mounting an Aglaomorpha coronans fern?
Perhaps the question would do better on a fern oriented forum, but I figured I'd ask, just in case anyone here has experience, or just an...
I had to pull down my three fish tanks for health reasons only.
This was my first attempt at Aquascaping the 5ft tank.
I called it placidity it was full of Anubias and Crypts.
This is it now my second Terrascape.
This is a heavily planted 45lt Bay Window tank.
It now looks like this my...
Let me introduce myself I am from Melbourne Australia.
I am a beginner to Terrascaping, but certainly not to Aquariums and Aquascaping.
At the moment I am planning my third Terrascape "Fern Gully" in a 140lt Bow fronted tank.
I will post a few photos as soon as I can.
I picked up a Selaginella lepidophylla the other day because I had one 8 years ago, however it
in the end died and I wanted to try to restart and see if I could grow one.
However, after reading around on the internet some people claim these plants
are all dead because they had the rhizome...
Oh my... What kind of trouble can I get into here??
After scavenging, it is now known that a spare glass bottle can
be used for sending messages on the high seas without water intrusion.
However, It also makes a great CO2 Injector tool.
An upgrade is made in technology, and added to...
This is for anyone who participated in the 2015 NASC auction as a donor or bidder (even if they did not win an auction). Completely free--I'll pay the postage.
Winner, chosen randomly, picks one of the following. I'll let this go through the end of April.
1) Begonia bogneri plant:
Here are some pics of the reptiles, birds, non-cp's and others I found on this years trip. Check out the carnivores here: http://www.terraforums.com/forums/showthread.php/138194-Carnivorous-Plants-in-the-Wild-My-In-Situ-Explorations/page3?p=1172739#post1172739
I have a few odds and ends left over from planting a small aquarium and am offering them here for only $6 postage to cover a small Priority box. Plants are several stems of a red Ludwigia species (I believe), a nice piece of a small leaf cultivar of Java Fern, a small Crypt. ciliata, a stem of...