Iwagumi style wabi-kusa

Discussion in 'Wabi-Kusa' started by Ray_Norwich, 21 Oct 2018.

  1. Ray_Norwich

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    A little wabi-kusa experiment, mostly mosses from my garden with rotalia rotundafolia growing in behind and random terrestrial plants sprouting from the moss.
     
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  2. Matt @ ScapeEasy

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    I might just give this a go... rotala never grew emersed in my tanks anyway, I still have some hanging in there which really needs removing. How much listing do you do?
     
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    Hey Matt, yes it seems to grow fairly easily above water. I may be being a bit thick, but what do you mean 'listing'?
     
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    Lol autocorrect has played it's games! I meant misting!
     
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    To be fair I should have guessed that, but it is early. Yes, at least once, usually twice a day Matt
     

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