Monday, June 27, 2011

Out new online store !


Dear all,
We are very glad to announce our website :
www.Aqua-scaping.com

Sunday, January 3, 2010

Following plants are available for free:

Cabomba “Piauhyensis”
Cardamine Lyrata
Echinodorus Grissibachia
Hygrophilla Guyanensis
Limnophila Aquatica
Micranthemum Micranthemoides
Vallisnaria Spiralis
Mayaca Fluviatilis
Rotala Rotundifolia (Red)
Rotala Rotundifolia (Green)

[5 stems of any 2 plants from above,along with minimum order]

Mail your order to: kgupta91@gmail.com

Monday, December 28, 2009

Aquatic plants for sale

The following plants are for sale:

A
Alternanthera Reineckii
Alternanthera Sessilis (Bright purple)
Ammannia Senegalensis (Red)
Anubias Lancelota
Anubias Nana
Anubias Nana (Gold)
Aponogeton Crispus

B
Bacopa “Monniera”
Bacopa “Lanigera”
Blyxa Aubertii
Blyxa Japonica

C
Cabomba “Piauhyensis”
Cardamine Lyrata
Ceratophllum Demersum
Ceratopteris Thalictroides
Cryptocoryne Sp
Cryptocoryne Wendtii

E
Eichhornia Azurea
Egeria Najas
Egeria Densa
Echinodorus Argentinensis
Eichhornia Diversifolia
Echinodorus Sp. Cordifolius
Ecchinodorus Cordifolius MarbleQueen (Green)
Ecchinodorus Cordifolius MarbleQueen(Yellow)
Echinodorus Grissibachia
Echinodorus Amazonicus
Echinodorus Rubin
Echinodorus Parvifloris
Echinodorus Tennelus
Echinodorus Species
Echinodorus Sp. ‘Ozelot’
Eriocaulon cinereum
Eriocaulon Sp.

H
Heteranthera Zosteraefolia
Hydrocotyle Leucocephala
Hygrophila Difformis
Hygrophila Polysperma “Variegated” (Red)
Hygrophilla Angustifolia
Hygrophilla Guyanensis
Hygrophilla Corymbosa
Hygrophilla Corymbosa “ Compacta” ( Dwarf )

L
Limnophila Aquatica
Limnophila Aromatica (Green)
Ludwigia Arcuata (Dark Red)
Ludwigia Inclinata
Lagenandra Ovata (Green)
Ludwigia Palustris (Red)
Ludvigia Perennis
Lysimachia Nummularia
Limnophila Sp.

M
Mayaca Fluviatilis
Micranthemum Micranthemoides
Microsorium Pteropus
Myriophyllum Aquaticum
Myriophyllum Scabratum (Green)
Myriophyllum Tuberculatum

N
Najas Indica
Nymphaea Species (Red Lilly)

O
Ottelia Alismoides

P
Pogostemon Stellatus
Potamogeton Gayi

R
Rotala Rotundifolia (Red)
Rotala Rotundifolia (Green)
Rotalla Wallichi(Red)
Rotala Macrandra (Red)
Rotala Najean

S
Sagittaria Sp. (Giant)
Sagittaria Sp. (Dwarf)

T
Tonina Species

U
Utricularia Sp "Vulgari "

V
Vallisnaria Asiatica
Vallisneria Gigantea
Vallisneria Spiralis
Vallisnaria Caulescens.

Mosses & Liverwort:
Monosolenium Tenerum “Pellia”
Riccia Fluitans
Stringy Moss
Christmas Moss
Taiwan Moss
Flame Moss
Weeping Moss
U.S. Fissidens
‘Mini’ Fissidens

Carpet plants:
[Each bunch can form carpet area of 7x7inch]
Glossostigma Elatinoides (Bunch)
Eleocharis Acicularis(HairGrass)(Bunch)
Eleocharis Parvula (Dwarf HairGrass)(Bunch)
Eleocharis Vivipara (Bunch)
Lileopus Brasiliense (Bunch)

Plants can be shipped anywhere in India.
Anyone interested can mail me at Kgupta91@gmail.com for the price list.

Growing Ricca

Things needed to grow Ricca:
















Take small portions of ricca as shown in the picture.
















Spread it evenly on the rock.
















With the help of a thread, tie is "properly" from all sides.
















Underneath view.
















Lets wait for the results .

Stringy Moss update

Here's an update of Stringy moss ....

Thursday, December 3, 2009

Eriocaulons !!!

















Prebooking for eriocaulon starts !

Mail at:Kgupta91@gmail.com

Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Growing Stringy moss

Stringy moss according to me is one of the easiest moss to grow.It is one of the most beautiful moss, it grows upwards towards light in stringy manner creating a wonderful effect.The best part about this moss is that it is extremely undemanding and can grow in any given condition, even in a no co2 or DIY co2 tank it pearls.It can even be used as foreground plant and can even forms a carpet which is very east to maintain (lot better than hairgrass),just prune it every month.Following are the steps to help explain how to grow stringy moss.

You will need the following things:
1.Stringy moss (5 x 5inch is enough).
2.A rock/wood/broken pot/etc.
3.Thread(black is the best).




















Step 1:
Take VERY LITTLE moss and spreat it properly like shown in the picture.




















Step 2:
Spread similar small portions over the rock.


























Step 3:
After spreading it evenly over the rock and tie it with thread from all sides.


















Back view



















Stone kept inside tank after finishing



















Stringy moss on wood .



















Stringy moss on pot.




















Moss pearling after 2 days.