Staurogyne Repens

NathanPrince

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Trimmed up some Staurogyne stems today and this is what I have left over after planting my 2 tanks, rather it went to someone than get wasted! Theres a good sized portion, around a handful. Nice easy plant to grow and looks great too
 
 
Age and condition: Good condition, trimmed off from nice healthy plants
Quantity for sale: around 1 - 1.5 pots worth... a good handful
Reason for Sale: Too much!
Delivery or Collection: Either
Sales price:£6
Willing to Ship (Yes or No): Yes
Postage & Packaging Price:£1.50
Location: Bristol
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mike455555

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that doesnt look like staurogyne repens to me... sorry im not intrested in buying  
 
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NathanPrince

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Well it is, it came from a Tropica pot just this morning. It was quite leggy where it was left to grow. I know for a fact that it is or I wouldnt of said it was, its just where its been trimmed up for planting and topped off.
 
If you have no interest... simply dont comment.

Heres what it looks like planted
 
Bit by the stone, bit blurry but easy to spot:
 
 
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