Defo!Mark Evans said:The hydrocotyle is weed like dont you find George?
Thanks, Tom.Tom said:The Hydrocotyle looks great as a carpet. I'd like to see it grown on top of a Glosso carpet, I reckon it would mix well. The TMC soil serving you well then?
I like Guppies on occasion too. Amano uses them well in the early tanks I think.
It's not too bad in here mate, as it's a low-energy set-up. I dread to think how to control it in a high-light, good CO2, EI set-up!Mark Evans said:The hydrocotyle is weed like dont you find George?
I've got some in an old Chinese takeaway canister, with flora base, moistened and it's growing rapidly in their. It's also growing good in a plant pot outdoors.
Thanks, Ben.B7fec said:.. lovely tank George, the plant health looks absolutely great! How are you attaching the Hygrophila pinnatifida to wood? and what sort of cutting are you using, the top a shoot or the bottom of the plant? I had some attach to some Dragon Stone, but it died off very quickly once it was overshadowed. But attaching it the the wood directly adds a little something different.......
Thanks, Steve. Gotta love brown crypts!SteveUK said:Lovely nano George Loving the crypts!
Thanks, John.john starkey said:Blimey George,thats some rescape love the hydro carpet,i didn,t know pinafetida could be attached to wood,
looks very nice mate,