Not without you.. You gave me the idea to go a tad more exotic and play with Swords this year...It just gets better and better each year.
They do! Did it before in this tub, before i was UKAPS member, but it kinda didn't work out that well back then and discarded the idea. Imagin it took me all those years to finally come up with a simple solid and manageable construction to make it work in this tub. It seems Grandma was right, after all, she always said, wisdom comes with age. Actually she meant it comes with experience, but obviously that takes an age.The goldfish love their window on the world.
Thanks, Tim, I hope so too if the fish play it smart, there is no way something can get to them. From above i'm not afraid anymore anyway, did roof most of the garden with a net. Because the neighbours chestnut is bugging me too much with falling debris and spiky grenades falling on my head. Now all falls on the net roof and i can bump it all straight back to his garden... Cleaner garden less trash in the bucket. No place for a heron to land... Win-Win...Great photos Marcel, and the tub looks very predator proof
Thank you Paulo... And yes it does look a little like that... Then take a look at Hygroryza aristataLooks awesome
One of my favourite plants! looks like a mini bamboo in the fish tank!!
I will keep that in mind, I would love to get some back at some stage cheersBtw, if yu ever like to have some P. gayi, drop me a line i'll send you a bunch.. For me it seems impossible to kill, already have it for over 7 years around..