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Need to re-home the last of my riparium plants to make room for growing herbs on their tanks. Shipping in Continental US only, Paypal payment to cover shipping. Please give me your zip code via pm and I'll calculate shipping (unsure how much it will be). I have to use a big box for the 2 dumb cane. 2 varieties of Dieffenbachia (aka dumb cane) 2 plants of the light variety, 4+ of the green/yellow. Hemigraphis repanda (aka dragon's tongue) 4+ plants Dracaena 1 plant Spathiphyllum (aka peace lily) dwarf variety, can be split into 3 separate plants
JUMBO I'd like to give these all as a set, just pay cost of shipping (these are 17-27" tall plants (excluding the roots) and pothos is many feet long). It interested please give me your zip via pm and I'll calculate shipping costs and get back to you with the quote. Sorry I can't give an estimate on how much it will be, it depends on how far it has to go. plant list: Variegated Pothos (dozen separate vines and many feet long, can be cut shorter to make more plants) Peace Lily (Spathiphyllum "domino") (2 large plants with some baby off shoots) Peace Lily (Spathiphyllum sp???) (many plants packed into one planter, easily divide into a dozen separate lilies) Dwarf Palm Neanthe Bella (more than 6 plants) Anthurium (red blooms) (1) Aglaonema (Chinese evergreen) (more than 6 plants) Arrowhead Plant (Syngonium podophyllum 'Cream Allusion') (3 plants) MEDIUM Also giving plants from my 75g riparium plants which are small, they can ship in a large priority box, asking $19.90 to cover shipping and fees (cannot fit planters in box). Peace Lily (Spathiphyllum "domino") (2-3 medium plants) Anthurium (white blooms) (2) Purple Waffle (Hemigraphis exotica) (4 plants can be trimmed to make more) Dumb Cane (Dieffenbachia) (3 plants)
This is my 37 gallon betta riparium. The dividers are made of black acrylic sheets that were cut to fit, drilled with holes then siliconed in place. The substrate is 1" of dirt with a 2" gravel cap. I have peace lily, aluminum plant, and some plants that I bought from Riparium Supply that I totally forgot the names of growing in the top. My submerged plants are mostly small crypts, some java fern, golden nesaea, bacopa, and apongenton (and one other small bacopa looking plant that I forgot the name of). The tank is heated to 80 degrees and each section has its own sponge filter. My light is a Finnex Planted Plus. This is an older picture (a little over a month ago)but this is what the glass normally looks like. It is so easy to make a mess of the glass. And here it is tonight after about 20 minutes of scraping with a razor. from the side blooming peace lily more peace lily another blooming plant that I can't quite remember the name of... and the inhabitants Arthas Illidan Kael Thanks for looking