Wabi-Kusa Style Another style with roots from Japanese Aquascapers, the Wabi-Kusa style focuses on creating a submersed/emersed garden. Imagine taking a bonsai garden and submerging half of it underwater. The plants in this style are grown and centered on a ball of soil, and then placed in a container. Many Wabi-Kusa aquascapers create an island ball of plants surrounded by open water. Please discuss the techniques involved in creating a Wabi-Kusa Style, and feel free to share your own Wabi-Kusa scape. (Click here to discover other aquascaping styles) -John N.