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shakey_snake
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PostPosted: 2007.02.21(Wed)18:45    Post subject: SE asian plants Reply with quote

What commonly sold aquarium plants, or maybe even semi-regularly sold plants originate in SE asia?
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hedgelj
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PostPosted: 2007.02.22(Thu)5:47    Post subject: Reply with quote

It has been my experience on this board that plants that are easy for me to find at my LFS are not the same ones that some other member may find at his/her LFS.

So based up on that here is my suggestion.
Look over on the left hand side and go to the garden ( link here)
Then click through the different plants, one example of a plant that is fairly common that is from SE asia is java moss (link here)
Another good place is Tropica (link here)
Then once you make a list of plants you like from that area, go to your LFS and see what they have available or can order for you.

Other good options if you have specific ideas are to go to the fosters and smith website (link here) and other websites where you can buy plants online
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