Two words - totally satisfied
Very pleased with the product and excellent turnaround and delivery of my order.
Also known as Lagarosiphon major, this is the most commonly sold oxygenating plant as it is hardy, easy to grow and the spread can be controlled.
Bunches consist of several strands of plant held together by a lead strip. Elodea may establish itself if just 'thrown' into the pond, but we would strongly recomment that you plant it in soil or fine gravel.
Plants can be positioned in 12 to 30 inches of water. They can be placed straight on the bottom, but if the water is murky, they must be raised near to the surface to receive sunlight, and stepped down as they grow or the water clears. Usually available all year round.
Superb service and when the plants arrived they were in perfect condition. They are now showing signs of growth.
I was hesitant to buy plants online because I was worried they might be stuck in a box in a depot for days but the man I spoke to assured me that they'd make sure my plants were sent out on a service that meant they arrived within a day. Perfect!
my oxygenating plant seems to have overtaken my pond - do I have to thin it out - if so by how much?We Replied:
Hello Mrs B, too much oxygenating plants can cause problems as they release CO2 during hours of darkness. We advise that you thin it out if possible, do not have more than half of your pond covering with this if possible.07, Mar, 2014
can i pay by phone ,when ordering,looking dfor 20 bunches of elodeaWe Replied:
Hello Paul, paying over the phone is completely fine. Kind regards, Andy.08, May, 2014
Will blanket weed treatment kill off my Elodea crispa oxygenating pondweed ThanksWe Replied:
Good day Vicki, if used correctly then the blanketweed treatments we sell will be safe for fish and plants including Elodea. Kind regards, Andy.19, Jun, 2014
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