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Garuf

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I'm thinking of doing a wood and moss scape, carpet of U.T. and a narrow leave java fern for the background. All low light. I'll be getting 2x11w arc pods as soon as I find some for the right money on ebay.
 

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i'll be thinning out my Fire and Xmas moss at the weekend if thats any good to you i'll send it over :D
 

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Yeah, that'd be amazing, I'm on the beg for U T too if anyone has any going spare?

Infact, things I need are:
CO2 regulator,
nano diffuser (got one from Dan, just haven't collected it)
arc pods
narrow leaved java
U T
mosses
 

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Steve and Mark I'll take the following:
Christmas moss from Mark
Needle leaved java from Steve.

And a plee for some lighting if anyone has any.
 

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Sexy :D

The needle leaf might not be at it's best mate, it's in a tank I stripped down the other day. I'll do my best to send you some good bits :) Will PM you when I've had a chance to sort it out.
 

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Plants ordered and on the way, rough Idea of how the planting on the rescape will go, as you can see it's a subtle change, but I think it really improves the scape.
 

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Oh and while I'm here, will an 18w pc like the one George is using be enough to grow all of the plants I have picked or would 2 be better?
 

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probably, but I've found them pretty easy to keep small if you trim back the biggest leaves it seems to stop producing leaves that size.
 

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Cheer's aaron I'm going to trim back some Java leaves in the next few days so I'll tweak the wood. I personally love the anubias where they are... They do a good job of hiding the zip ties. :p
 

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I'd probably play with mounting the spraybar on the left wall where the diffuser is (opposite the carpet plants.)

Cheers,
 

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