only stange if you star in films 8)howardish said:Thats really good wood (anyone else think that sounds a bit odd?)
what type is it? and where did you get it from?
I loving the shape you made, looks great
i know its probably on a previous page but whats the planting plan?
thanks matey, i to like the last one. its only the first day of arrangement. plenty more to come.SteveUK said:I quite like the last layout. End of the day though mate, you've got to look at it day in, day out. So go with what you like the look of
You've done 3 good arrangements so far, so I honestly think it'll look great when you get it sorted
thanks george, plant choice is key.George Farmer said:Think about what plants you're intending and how they'll mature to influence the whole composition. Symmetry isn't an issue here, Thomas.
Taller, narrower plants would go better with no.2, broader leaved with no.1. - so by your plants, I'd go no.2.
Looks like another NA-influenced classic in the making.
difinatley long term fred. i initially was going to use stems, but they'll just row way to fast. so ive ditched that idea.Fred Dulley said:Are you looking at this tank being long term, Mark?
I'm sure you will put all the skills you have learnt so far into this tank. We eagerly await the masterpiece.
at the minute the last for me, still early days yet though.Goodygumdrops said:Either the 1st one or the last one,definitely not the middle one.The 1st and last one have stronger shapes with the wood which imo,won't be lost during planting (softened but still important to be strong).
The middle one is too empty in the middle.
Look forward to this one.