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Discussion in 'Aquascaping Journals' started by wwkeijaro, Jun 17, 2010.
That is unbelievable. The plants are gorgeous.
I can only say WOW :%3
Very sweet looking aquarium.
FYI keijaro is one of the master aquascape from Indonesia, he has concocted his own fertilizer and has been on sale in stores in Indonesian aquascaping
more plants photo...
uuuh, giant pogostemon helferi
Wa, plants are amazing! Let me know how did you plant your ranuculus inundatus? Did you put only roots inside sand or did you plant it like a classical plants? I am trying to understand this amazing plant...
Thanks a lot in advance for your help!
Pretty the same here. I work in a aqua shop, and recently we imported some fish from Indonesia. But for the plants, they said that they do not pack less than 10 boxes (wich is about 1000 pots)... an amount that we could hardly sell in 3-4 years, counting that probably/mostly because of this world crisis aquaculture at least here is on some sort of "stand by", and aquascaping is even going down, retreating before the invasion of Malawi and Tanganyika tanks.
Sorry for the offtopic... :">
wwkeijaro, excellent plants! Attractive species, perfect condition. I would arrange them in a bit different way, this looks a bit messy, but of course, this is just MHO, and that is your`s tank and your`s style.
sorry guys, been away to bali and just came back....
actually i put only the roots inside the tank...its a very easy plants to grow once it settled down...
@yuys thanks for the praise...:">
this is another one of my low tech tank, but still wondering, should i say this is palud tank or biotop tank???...mmm
150w metal...ADA green
cheap altum peru inside...hehehe
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