My Little Wabi

Discussion in 'Emersed Growing' started by KrisHumphreys1991, 12 Sep 2012.

  1. KrisHumphreys1991

    KrisHumphreys1991 Member

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    Hi guys here's a few pictures of my Hydrocotyle Wabi-Kusa.

    In it there is;

    -Java Moss
    -Hydrocotyle sp. Japan
    -Myriophillum Mattengrossense

    Planted in just regular garden compost, sprayed twice a day with RO water out of a 1 Litre sprayer with a squeeze of ferts in it.

    The pics are before and after it's "haircut" this evening.

    Enjoy :)

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    IMG_1431 by KrisHumphreys1991, on Flickr

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    IMG_1437 by KrisHumphreys1991, on Flickr

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  2. KrisHumphreys1991

    KrisHumphreys1991 Member

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    Why did they come up so small!

    Ugh.
     
  3. KrisHumphreys1991

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    Done. :lol:

    Really sorry for the dud posts guys !
     
  5. Palm Tree

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    That is preety neat, I have a few wabi's/ emersed bowls and tanks going there so easy to maintain. If you want some different plants anytime just pm me.
     
  6. KrisHumphreys1991

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    That'd be great :D

    Have you any pictures on here of them ?
     
  7. Palm Tree

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    No I keep meaning to take some pictures but my iphone camera isnt too good i'll get some decent pictures up soon
     
  8. KrisHumphreys1991

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  9. Palm Tree

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    You gave me the motivation to start my own thread :)
     
  10. Richard Dowling

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    Do you have this sitting in natural light with no heat? Im considering starting a little wabi myself but would like to use natural light and no heat but I don't know whether that is how it works.
     
  11. Palm Tree

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    You won't get a reply dowheim, he took a load of money off us and ran :(
     
  12. Balik1

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    Hydrocotyle must be the easiest plants to grow emersed . i had a bunch growing under my mangroves for a while know super easy to care for great little plant :)
     

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