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Oasis/ Journal of a 20L

Discussion in 'Aquascaping Journals' started by waterfaller1, Apr 28, 2008.

  1. waterfaller1

    waterfaller1 New Member

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    Thank you Pat. I am still playing with what plants will stay and won't.
     

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  2. John N.

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    Bravo! Plants are looking very healthy and vibrant. Looks like you have the growing plants thing down. You're gonna have a tough decision on what plants to keep and what not to keep. All look really good. :)

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  3. waterfaller1

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    New pics
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    i like yours nanos
     
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    wow! great nanos too... i love that little plant at the center of the two nanos too! =)
     
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    Looking good
     
  8. waterfaller1

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    Thank you pinajaime,iam_koi, and haiduong. :Happy:
    The little bonsai is erodium w/ root over rock. I just got a very nice little Japanese juniper today, 9 years old.
     
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    Carole, I've kept meaning to ask you- what's that little plant in the bottom nano, on the left in front of the rock?

    (BTW Walstad makes good bathroom reading :-")
     
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    Hi Lauralee! That's my HC that grows, but grows tall there due to relatively low light~13 wt pc's. I am glad you are making good use of the book.:bathbaby: :Happy:
     
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    Happy 4th of July!:Happy:
    Some new plants & some removed. Still having hazy water issues.
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    Pics aren't that great..will work on some better ones. I need to get this water clear before it will look it's best.
     
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    Did a big trim on R. verticillaris and changed 1 light fixture to match the other. Now the lighting is two 2 X 18 wt T-5 coralife fixtures.
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    Took crinum calimistratum out of cube tank.{too big}
    Accidently wiped out my nana petite and had to replace it with new.
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    Pics from a rainy day today.. :Happy:

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    Any comments? Ideas on how to make my 20 gallon look better?:Happy:
     
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    vertical wood :D
     
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    or.. go Dutch :D

    loving the wild look tho
     
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    i think they are all looking great.. i miss my betta :(

    your tank has a very soothing look... =)
     
  18. waterfaller1

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    I wish I knew how, they look great. Thanks all for the comments. I will work on it as I learn more.
     
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    I love your Betta! I think your tanks look really cool - hmm, maybe another tank is in order?8)
     
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    Hehe..NO more tanks! If I had more someone might be neglected. I have two saltwater reef tanks too, they are quite a bit of work as well. Thanks for the compliments.
    I have an update to share~ I was not happy with my Ecco filter, for several reasons. So I purchased a different Eheim, a Classic 2215/37. It arrived yesterday. I purchased a set of CalAqua lily pipes from Orlando at Green Leaf Aquariums, which also came yesterday. I will be putting these on today, and will take some new pics.:Happy: I also want to move the japonica over to the right in front of the drop checker, it's grown a bit too big for where it is. I have some UG coming next week to fill in part of the front, and will be trimming some more.
     

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