So lots of changes on my plans;
-My beloved 60p is now sold and is going to it’s new home end of this week.
-My 17l shrimp nano is now going without co2 and temporary host the betta from the 60p.
-Got an 45x30x27 from Viv (same quality as Ada 45p) to replace the 60p.
Got bored from staying home because of the Covid-19...
So here is a little mountain scape I made today (31x21x26cm), it’s going to be an wabikusa for some of the cuttings coming from my bigger tank. ;-)
i just planted some Chinese seeds to add an easy carpet.
A couple of mountains with a mountain range in the background. Spaces for aquasoil in built into the rocks and lifted up to different levels of height, some right below the lamp, at the top of the mountains. So I hope to bring smaller foreground plants up into the mountains!
New project in the ADA 45P Cube Garden.
A brazilian mountain layout try.. this hardscape really need plants to look better. Sides, middle and background will be planted with mostly stem plants. Some color as well.
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New nano scape for a live contest (Vivarium) in November.
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R-Nigel-Hoevenaar-40-cm-nano-aquascape-Taihang-Mountains-- by Nigel Aquascaping, on Flickr
Specs planted tank aquarium
Beginner aquascaper here and I'm looking for any advice tips on starting my first scape. Here in Georgia we have a lot of sloped hills with this plant called kudzu with exposed rock and that's what I'm gaining some of my inspirations from. I have an idea of what I want but not on how to exactly...
Below is my new mountain scape details.
Tank size 60x30x30
Lighting 2X24W cheapo lights[IMG]http://
Substrate 18L controsoil
Rocks from LFS
This was my first scape
Later changed it to new scape, asI couldn take care of it.
Day 1 of the new scape...