Nice rocks...

Discussion in 'Aquascaping' started by George Farmer, 7 Oct 2007.

  1. George Farmer

    George Farmer Founder Staff Member

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    As well as the very popular mini landscape rocks and dragon stone that Aqua Essentials supply, you may be interested in seeing these...

    Light Pagoda
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    Leopard Stone
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    I'll be using these, and some nice brachy wood, to aquascape two 350 litre Fluval Venezia corner tanks at the Festival of Fishkeeping next weekend.
     
  2. Graeme Edwards

    Graeme Edwards Founder Staff Member

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    Nice bit of class there, with the stella bottle 8) lol
    I like the look of the light pogoda stone.
     
  3. cozmoz

    cozmoz Member

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    Hi George, are these samples typical of what you get from Aqua Essentials? If so there photo's don't really do these stones justice!
     
  4. Derek Tweedie

    Derek Tweedie Member

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    Is the Stella an order incentive?
     
  5. Iain Sutherland

    Iain Sutherland Forum Moderator Staff Member

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    I just had 20kg of mini landscape rock delivered from them and im extremely happy with what they sent, they are also very helpful if you have special requests for certain sizes etc... A+ in my book. Plants are great too.
     
  6. Ian Holdich

    Ian Holdich Global Moderator Staff Member

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    is it me or does the Leopard stone look like Seiryu stone?


    do you get a free bottle of wife beater with the stone?
     
  7. mattb180

    mattb180 Member

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    Pagoda rocks look very interesting....
     
  8. viktorlantos

    viktorlantos Aquascaper

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  9. Emyr

    Emyr Member

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    Is the Lepard stone otherwise known as 'Baltic Stone' then?

    http://www.aquaessentials.co.uk/baltic- ... -5844.html

    Looks similar, although the photos on the aquaessentials site are of the stone when its dry by the looks of it.

    Dont think it looks like Seiryu stone at all. Much darker.
     

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