I'm looking forward to selling plants again too. Glad you were happy first time round.milla said:Welcome
Great news about the plants.
AE was the first place i bought plants online and have never had better.
Does this mean we may get to see a AE aquascape or 2 on here soon?
A wider range of wood is something I intend to expand onjohnny70 said:Excellent news, do you plan to do a wider range of woods too, some wood, plants and kits for nano's would be good too.
No I didn't - I'll be stocking them submersed for the time being. I am looking into a more advanced hydroponic set up with climate control thoughThemuleous said:Nice one Richard did you sort the heat problem that made you stop selling them previously?
Ah yes, an all in one job. Nice idea but very difficult for stock control on websitesGaruf said:When he says a kit for nano's I think he means an off the peg system like the D&D reef nano's.
everything together as a package lily's, tank, diffuser, substrate, light, filter. It'd be a nice package deal a just add water and plants system, fun but impractical I reckon.
What I would like to see from AE is free stuff
I notice you moved lily pipes into filtration at last, that used to erk me no end!
funny you mention that. I was only talking to my new supplier of mini landscape rocks and redmoor wood (which arrives next Thurs) about shops and he was saying he believes the planted aquarium market is the most untapped market in the UK.Lisa_Perry75 said:Do you have a shop we could visit? We could make it part of a trip, and uh I'm sure lots and lots of money will be spent! Nice to meet you too!
Any news on the new reactors Richard?George Farmer said:Or three!Aqua Essentials said:
I'd go for inline reactor, personally. AE have some new ones in Feb I understand...