i've trimmed it thats why. it was getting bushy so i just snipped it down to size, it just gets tighter over time. not sure if thats the right way, but it works for me. i could of had it covered by now, but it would look "loose"
samc said:awsome shot mark and lovely rummies too
aaronnorth said:nice shot, the tank seems to go on forever. I
Dave Spencer said:Due to extreme laziness,
saintly said:Dave Spencer said:Due to extreme laziness,
i dont blame you Dave, 346, now 7 post's is extreme reading.
it's novae zealandie, and is turning out to be quite a nice plant.
i spoke with george earlier about the odd woe or 2 with this tank. also on other forums, i've had similar feedback with regards the "hedge line" from HC to liliaeopsis. i just didn't realise what would happen, but then that's why we try things. TBH, i'm bored with this already and want to start over. there's the issue with the HC too.
i've got decisions! take out hc AND LET LILAEOPSIS do its thing? or give it a few more weeks and start again..... the second sounds like more fun
vauxhallmark said:. Do you mean you will remove it in the future, but not now?
vauxhallmark said:Looking good anyway!