Pretty much everyone actually. My personal favourite was James Starr-Marshall’s circa 2011.I wonder if anybody has ever tried a triptych with aquaria?
Thanks @Deano3 will start concentrating on colouring up when everything hits the right height.Looking really good geoffrey they already compliment each other well but will look amazing when colours are closer matched.
Loving the jurnals thanks for sharing
Hi @Vijay_06Looking very nice! I love slightly dark shaded area that starts under the Trident Fern and runs almost to the right end of the scape. It seems to provide added impact.
There’s a ton of crypts planted at substrate level at startup. They should poke out of those shaded areas eventually and give a denser texture but
take a hit at the beginning without any cover/floaters. If you ever decide to have a big change up they’re already there as a base (e.g trading tall stems for tall crypts sp. like balansae or vallis for a more jungle look). Tank at startup:
Swamped for now:
Crypts are probably a couple of months off from showing up in the shaded areas.
Yep, used Frodo with RO cut with tap before. With weekly water changes I’ve never noticed any increases but then again I’m not testing... because of the reset from weekly water changes.Have you used Frodo stones in a scape with just RO water? I am wondering how much it increases the PH, GH and TDS by in a week or so. I have read some articles that state Frodo Stones are almost inert.