Entire Farm Restocked!
We got so many new fish this week, it’s incredible!
So many great Florida and International arrivals, including Fancy Guppies, Mollies, Barbs, Tetras, Gouramis and Many More!
We’ve also restocked our African and American Cichlids, Aquarium and Pond Plants, and Goldfish and Koi selections too!
Check out the full list below to see what all came in, and come by the Farm to check them all out for yourself soon!
Black Molly, Red Sunset Molly, Silver Molly, Blue Mickey Mouse Platy, Neon Sunburst Mickey Mouse Platy, Marigold Wag Platy, Blue Coral Platy, Brick Swordtail, Pineapple Swordtail, Velvet Wag Swordtail, Koi Swordtail, Giant Danio, White Cloud, Gold White Cloud, Mixed Lyretail Sword
Angels, Barbs and Tetras
Fancy Mixed Medium Angelfish, Male Neon Rosy Barb, Male Rosy Barb, Albino Tiger Barb, Green Tiger Barb Large, Harlequin Rasbora, Large Red + Blue Colombian Tetra, Scissortail Tetra, Serpae Tetra, Rummy Nose Tetra, Gold Tetra, Jumbo Neon Tetra
Rams and Gourami
Blue Ram, Gold Ram, Electric Blue Ram, Moonlight Gourami, Albino Paradise Gourami, Blue Paradise, Red Paradise, Male Dwarf, Male Flame, Male Powder Blue, Reticulated Hillstream
Blue Acei, 1.75″ Assortment, Kenyi, Blue Cobalt, Small and Medium Yellow Labidochromis, Small and Medium Blue Maingano, Rock Kribensis, Rusty Cichlid, Socolofi, Venustus Hara Afra Cichlid, Large Strawberry Super Red Peacock
3″ Albino Oscar, 3″ Mix Oscar, 2″ Electric Blue Acara, 2″ Heckelli
10-12″ Albino Plecostomus, Albino Corydora, Paleatus Corydora, Golden Flying Fox Algae Eater, Sterbai Corydora, 3″ Plecostomus, 2″ Albino Bushy Nose, 3″ Long Fin Albino Bushy Nose
3″ Sarasa Comet, 4″ Sarasa Comet, 5″ Sarasa Comet, 3″ Shubunkin, 5″ Shubunkin, 3″ Red Fantail, 3″ Calico Fantail
3″ Standard Koi, 6″ Standard Koi, 3″ Butterfly Koi, 4″ Butterfly Koi, 6″ Butterfly Koi, 10″+ Koi, 8″ Koi, 6″ Koi,
1.5″ Common Goldfish, Rosie Red Feeders
Aquarium Plant Bunches
Ambulia, Anacharis, Baby Tears, Bacopa, Green Cabomba, Ludwigia Peruensis, Golden Nesaea, Purple Waffle, Rotala Indica, Rotala Wallichii, Temple Plants, Wisteria, Java Fern 1/2 Mat, Java Moss Portion
Potted Aquarium Plants
Large Amazon Sword, Large Radican Sword, Large Red Melon Sword, Anubias Barteri Round Leaf, Anubias Hastifolia, Crypt. Parva
Water Lilies for Ponds
Coral Sky – N. ‘Coral Sky’ is unique because of its unique flower color. At first glance it looks pink but on closer inspection the color is more autumn than pink. The large flower stands tall and is very full with 40 plus petals. The plant is vigorous and compact and has lively mottled leaves.
Bagdad – Light blue blooms. Flower shape is full star. Green leaves, heavy mottling. Sweet fragrance. Viviparous.
Hot Pink – Nymphaea ‘Hot Pink’ was the Second Best Tropical Waterlily of 2009 as awarded by the International Waterlily and Water Garden Association in their annual new waterlily competition. Bright neon pink colored flowers with 50 petals are the highlight of this tropical waterlily. The flower petals have a slight upward curve that creates an attractive cup shape. Nymphaea ‘Hot Pink’ also has lively mottled pads that will attract the eye from quite a distance. This tropical waterlily is a nice medium size compact plant that will fit any water garden or pond.
Foxfire – 2014 IWGS First Place Tropical Waterlily, 2014 IWGS Best New Tropical Waterlily – Nymphaea ‘Foxfire’ is a truly a unique tropical waterlily. Its pink ring of narrow petals in the center with a medium blue backdrop of wider petals is such a beautiful contrast! Add the wonderful variegated leaves and you have a treasured gem. Presnell developed this fascinating flower in 2003, so its fairly new but quite popular. The long outer petals are medium blue and the short inner petals are a soft pink. The flower measures 8-9 inches and sits brilliantly among 19x17inch maroon with green mottled leaves. The plant spreads to a whopping 10 feet, which makes it perfect for any medium to large pond. This waterlily is one of the earliest to open.
Innocence – Nymphaea ‘Innocence’ is a stunning tropical waterlily. It was given the name because of the pure white color of it’s flower. Nymphaea ‘Innocence’ was hybridized in 2001 by Florida Aquatic Nurseries and released to the trade in 2004. The cross was made between an unnamed tropical waterlily hybrid and Nymphaea ‘Trail Blazer’. Interestingly enough the waterlily came from the same seed pod as Nymphaea ‘Carla’s Sonshine’. This waterlily is unique for several reasons. Firstly, it is a strongly viviparous white lily with heavily mottled leaves. Most important is the uniquely large, pure white flower that stands high above the water on an extremely robust stalk. The pads are beautifully mottled with heavy maroon blotches on a green background.
Stan Skinger – Nymphaea ‘Stan Skinger’ was named after Stan Skinger of Denver, Colorado. Stan was a friend and volunteer at Denver Botanic Gardens. Nymphaea ‘Stan Skinger’ was a cross between the tropical waterlily Nymphaea ‘Golden West’ and the tropical waterlily Nymphaea ‘Trail Blazer’ and was released to the trade in 2006. Nymphaea ‘Stan Skinger’ is unique because of it’s flower color and it’s pads. The flower is yellow when the plant is young but at maturity the color turns to an orange, similar to golden west. The pads are heavily mottled with maroon streaks on a green background.