Very nice. Can you supply a few more pics? Where did you purchase prop + equipment from?
I can't find a decent one with a light built in..
I'm sure it will Gary I was inspired by Foxfish to do it in the first place. Then I was inspired to write step by step by all the questions from lots of people
Yes mark. I have an idea for multiplying a few stems of rotala rotundifolia and a couple of unknown stems I have to start with. Do I need photos of those too?. I need a half decent camera
I think this will help many species of plants transition.
Its quite wet in there as you can see from the photos and the HC went into the tank and got flooded with no melting so I guess it will work both ways.
If you keep the container warmer than the surround outside air, you will raise the containers inside humidity & high humidity is what most aquatic plants want!
so a heat mat will achieve this, if you place the container in a south window then the sun will heat the inside of the container & cause humidity but the sun could also fry your plants.