That's half the battle with aquascaping and the 'final shoot'. Once you have mastered growing plants without algae (which you done remarkably well), getting them to appear nice altogether at once. Pruning techniques become a priority.saintly said:one thing i have noticed is that the vivipara and e tennelus are growing much faster than the hc and p helferi. ive got to keep my eye on them!
George Farmer said:Pruning techniques become a priority
aaronnorth said:You can trim it right down to the substrate
johnny70 said:Looking fantastic! Awesome looking tank, beautiful
aaronnorth said:The one thing that bugs me about your tank is the substrate at the front where it isnt level
aaronnorth said:i'm pretty cetain you will be able to cut half way down the leaf. Just try it on 1 plant and watch the growth.
George Farmer said:Man, that midground in front of the main rock is begging for some Staurogyne! The P. helferi everywhere else would look great.
john starkey said:only little nit pic is, i feel you could do with some sort of slightly taller plant in front of the centre rock
Garuf said:just one or three pillows here or there with the downoi