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Discussion in 'Aquascaping Journals' started by greenfinger 2, Apr 20, 2013.
Hi Stevo, Thank you
Hi All, The wait is over its starting to flower So Cool. I cannot explain in words how happy i am
Congratulations you are a proud father of a new flower.
Hi Keith , Thank you i am very happy Am going to try and collect some pollen and store in a test tube ??? So if i get another flower can try and pollinate it don't know if this will work. But have read or seen this done on flowers. But cannot think where or when But worth a try
Well did a bit of reading Anubias is self pollinating Both male & female parts on same flower head So no need to store pollen just have to get the pollen to female part as to which insect does this in nature not sure No info on that part But am going to give it a go if all go's well a seedpod should grow
Hi Stevo, Thank you That was my first flower But alas no seed pod this time So happy to see the flower
Hi Chiangstar, Thank You
Hi PtiJo Thank You Have you started the your Algae One yet Going to start my one this weekend When i move the cube to a better place Will i grow to like Algae ??? Well ??? But we will have fun
@greenfinger 2 , I like the looks of what you've got going! Can I ask what type of rocks you are using?
Hi Beagle, Flint from a local Stream Always looking for bits and bobs on walks with Grandson Comes free from nature Looks good and cheap to One pic Of rock and stone Heaven By the Way Thank you For asking As looking at pic with fresh eyes Will have to look for some DW to Well you never know what you will find
That photo finished up being the idea for one of Roy's natures tanks.
Hi All, The cube is clear of algae Well we will see Staghorn was the easy one Triple dosing with liquid C02 it went in about two weeks But the hair algae well that took ages took out as much as i could each day then it seemed to die off well lets hope so one pic of the cube as it is today
Hi All, MNR is doing well its about 6 months old now No algae problems with this little one And the Riparium Part plants doing ok have put a plastic lid on to keep the temp and humidity up 3 Pics
Hi Stevo, Thank you
As you know I have seen that tank develop from day one and I still have a soft spot for it.
All those minor moves we worked out have certainly paid off.
That tank now has a mind of its own it knows where its going.
Hi Mahantesh Thank You
Hi Asthaparhim, Thank you
Hi All, Update on the cube I think i have the algae under control Well we will see . A few pics
Hi Sorry Forgot this little one
Looking very good.
Can I see a few too many snails as well?
The way you have used those small smooth river stones make it extremely realistic.
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