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.
You could argue it’s a terrarium because of the dome I guess. It’ll always be a wabikusa to me haha: it’s my favourite because it’s so simple and the rock has so much detail! I believe it’s a anubias nana and the rock is elephant skin rock.
I am looking into starting up a waterfall Wabi Kusa setup very soon. But I have a question, once I have the plants fully converted to their emersed state do I need to keep the Wabi Kusa covered up with clear plastic sheets or will I be able to leave it uncovered and just spray it? The...
Can anyone suggest an appropriate light bulb for a small/medium Wabi Kusa? It's about 20cm in diameter.
I was thinking more like a generic light bulb rather than an aquarium/wabi kusa specific one. Could something like a 13w fluorescent work?
Got my hand dirty, literally, and did a wabi kuza from scratch. Amazonia, sphagnum moss, sand, osmocote. Plugged in some Rotala indica "red", Rotala indica "green", Ludwigia repen, Ludwigia SP. super red mini, Hydrocotyle sibthorpioides, HM, mosses. All looks nice and sweet but now me and my...
My name is Ioannis, I live in Stockholm, Sweden and Im a proud owner of a nano reef tank :)
I recently traveled to Japan and i stumbled upon a fantastic pet shop in Tokyo, where I found out about wabi-kusa. I got fascinated and I would like to try make my own. I did some...
I purchased a Botanica boutique "Sanctuary M Rainforest" Mossarium Dome, here is a photo with two small chunks of seiryu stone, not sure if I should try only mosses or also some small plants to grow emersed also. Should be a fun little project.
IMG_9663 by Colm Doyle, on Flickr
Here's my first Wabi Kusa. When I started I did realize how difficult the cleaning would be of the glass. But actually do it is a pain in the but.
So after 2 days starting this one I started another one.
I'm trying to grow some moss balls with moss I collected (looks like Java moss) and some left over plants I had in my propagator. The balls are filled stockings with some ADA substrate and stones, wrapped spaghnum and (Java) moss around it and tight the plants on top of that covering their roots...
I've been reading very interesting post's about putting water plants 'out of water'.
There are some very good Wabi Kusa here in UKAPS.
Along with my 2 year old son i grab my first aquarium 15 liters, a few stones, soil, plant's and water.
Let's see how it works...Day one: 15|6|2014
a week ago, I have started this new wabi kusa project. Had a small tank laying around (dirt cheap tank from Pets at home) used to use it as a storage for excessive plants- kind of a overflow tank :) but got bored to keep it half empty with some random sad looking plants in....so I have...
Inspired from ADA's Do!Aqua concept I wanted to go for a back to basics approach and concentrate on growing easy plants well in a nice simplified composition. I also wanted an emersed element to the tank.
I also liked the idea of a modular scape that could be easily 'unassembled' to make...
Insipired by this
Started with DIY substrate ball
Colombo flora base wrapped in a cut up wash bag for baby clothes
Some tana sand and petrified wood and a few Plants later ( no pics men can't multitask :lol: )
Spraying twice a day at the moment with ro water shouldn't need ferts as...
just decided to share with you my latest wabi kusa bowl. This is an experiment and in its early stage. I wanted to create a wabi kusa in this bowl for quite some time and a couple of months ago, I have started it using cat litter for substrate, enriched with some miracle grow...
I have fancied doing a Wabi Kusa for a while now, i was in (being dragged around) Asda Living today when i came across a bowl that i thought would suit a Wabi (this made Asda my friend). For the last few weeks when taking my dog out i have been spying all the plants on the banks in my local...