02-13-2010, 02:24 PM
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first i just wana say DAMN STRAIT! and now... for something completely different( lol..) i need to email them again then about the mysterious "Club Moss" plant i have. i asked the LFS to order it again and find the real name. we'll see. i have asked a bunch of ppl on here boutit too. but i need to send a newer email to SA because they have 3 plants similar to it and mabey they can tell which it it. also i think i might end up ordering a "29 gal" pack from them. i will need to call them and talk about things. (i hope they have about an hour 1 day to waste on me) i tend to talk a lot (if you hadnt noticed already lol) i'm so glad your tank is coming together, it looks so great! and btw what is the red rubins stats, warm water but what temp, hard or soft water, whats it like, its a grassier looking plant it would help break up the view of all the swords i have in there now (amazon and argentine)
Originally Posted by Mean Harri
The plants are great looking rosehower. They're big and lush. I took the Red Rubin out of the wet newspaper and was like wow. Being my first time ever with real plants I didn't know what to expect as far as packaging, how easy or difficult to remove the plastic pot from the potted plants, etc...
It was a breeze. I layed everything out on the table. They plants were all marked as to what each one was. I left them wrapped in their wet newspaper and laid each plastic baggie with the plant name written on it with each one. I just removed that paper from each one that I wanted and went to town.
You will not go wrong buying plants from Sweet Aquatics. I've read the forums here and abroad. I've seen their responses to people. They are a small business that cares about customer service. That's not a common thing now a days. Sad, but true. I'll throw my money at good, well run small businesses all day long over a big corporation any day. Real people working hard to provide a great product and great customer service is what America is all about. And Sweet Aquatics fits that bill to a "T".