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Discussion in 'Aquascaping Journals' started by greenfinger 2, Mar 24, 2013.
Hi All, Update on this one
Hi Evelyn, Thank You
All those plants are looking very healthy.
To make it more interesting I like the way you have added a dash of colour and different textured plants.
Hi Cip, Ice Thank You
Hi Update on one and a couple of new ones
Excellent +++ work its a pleasure seeing these again and again.
Beutiful and incredible
I did not realize the last photo was a light globe.
What is the smallest globe have you tried?
Hi Derfliw,Thank you
Hi Keith, Yes I have done a smaller bulb one
Haha...amazing miniature pieces of art/gardening Roy, your enthusiasm is infectious
only one word, amazingyou're a real expert on these things
If my old memory is correct years ago we were talking about separating the brass end fitting.
Do the plants in the bulbs lasts? How do you maintain them? Excellent projects there!
That is a big depends question.
Some people who create them take photos and move onto the next one.
The screw top could be just sitting there and easily removed to work on.
haha, yup, I am just really very curious,
Thank you Mr Google.
Hi Derfliw, Thank You
They last a few weeks depending on the plants mosses live the longest. Maintenance none as I glue the glass back on.
The other W-K done in bowls or dishes can last for months or years with maintenance trimming misting feeding
I get fed up with them after a couple of monthsThen I strip them down too make others
What Roy is doing is an Art Form that takes many years of research and practice also paying extreme attention to detail being so small its impossible to hide any thing.
Its like recreating nature as it is.
Keith Thank you for your kind word mate
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