i dont have a clue mate.SuperColey1 said:Is it Mopani???
quite the business man aint you andySuperColey1 said:You got an awesome deal on that wood. Top tip. Buy the whole shop's supply and get the rest on ebay. lol Will pay for the whole of your next setup. The 2 pieces you have there at that size would fetch easily Â£20 each on ebay!!!
120 x 45 x 45.SuperColey1 said:Looks cool must be a big tank
i gota start learning names, it always happens with plants.stems especially. i chuck the ticket and then forget the names.aaronnorth said:i love how you just buy things and dont know what they are
yep saves me a job.the guys down at MA eastbridgford seem to be coming around to the planted tank way of thinking, with a nudge from moi. they still have a couple of poorly planted tanks in store, but slowly does it i reckon.stuworrall said:and they even soaked it for you! lol
awesome isn't it JamesJAmesM said:That's some kick ass wood, Mark Really looking forward to this one!
no pressure then....Ark said:now im anticipating great things from this Mark, dont less us down..
discard the old lengthy leafs you may loose some of it but once established it'l spread like fireArk said:ps. i recieved the valis nana today thanks very much
if i remember right, i think 6 tropica pots and 4 or 4 c helferi. its certainly took ove the back of the tank. it really is thick. and when i pulled everything else out up turned stones etc, it was everywhere.Ark said:how much did you start of with?
Shhhhh-wing!saintly said:here's a preliminary shot of what i plan.
i know there will be many variations on this, but you get the idea of the plan. height wise the tops should just stick out the water (which i want.) ive got depth from front to back, after studying amanos work with wood. and it easily fits in the 120cm length.
when the tank arrives i'll post some more accurate pics.
lets hope i dont get ill again after the amount of posts ive put up today