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Discussion in 'Aquascaping Journals' started by fishman9809, Apr 22, 2008.
Looking good, but as you said, your foreground is a bit too high growing.
Do you know what kind of driftwood that is?
yea, its manzanita, i love it
Very nice, you are right, you need to trim the foreground or better yet, take it out from the very front and plant with micro chain sword:rock:
its all the same size, lol. i need a nicer foreground. i want Elantine triandra, but i doubt it'll survive 80-83 degrees in my tank.
yep, pics :
TRY AND SEE THRU THIS FOREST, LOL :
looks good but the foreground plant is really high! lol how many inches is it?
bout 5-6 inches, lol
Want to trade for Lilaeopsis brasiliensis?? lol
What kind of plants are those?
the hardscape was awsome - i think the tank is ready for all kinds of plants - why dont try with some glosso carpet on the right - some crypt. parva to the left around the stones, then soome crypt. wendtii and java fern or bolbitis tied to your drift wood , maybe some moss tied on the drift wood too ?! think it would give a good look
ps: is a bit pitty to see your awsome harscape hiden ^^
I think hes trying to have plants native to South America
yep dirrtybirdy, you are right. i am not sure i wanna tear up the whole scape cuz things root weird and like take over the tank. i like lilaeopsis brasiliensis, but i am not sure i wanna like destroy my tank, yeno?
the plant is Echinodorus tenellus "micro"
i hear you. I think i might just get Potamogeton Gayi
instead. I Just needs something that will grow inbetween the driftwood lol
lets see, maybe we could make a trade. gimme a little time and i'll tell u. cuz this stuff'll take over in no time, and i got ttons of it, so i will prolly trade u for ur micro sword.
how tall does the micro sword grow?
South America Height:
5-10 cm Width:
5-10 cm Light:
Medium - High Temperature:
20-30 °C PH:
Medium Difficulty: Easy
if u grew it that fast, how is it a medium fast grower?
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