Thanks for the help, that's a new one on me, something else to add to my knowledge bank. I see you're in Swadlincote, did you buy them locally or online and have them delivered?There actually millennium but if you smash them up there exactly the same as seiryu inside the smooth gray like elephant texture comes from an acid wash I do belive
I think I've found my inspiration for my next scape. What did you use for the substrate and what are the stones called? If you could also confirm the size of the manzanita pieces?
The stone is millennium from aquarium gardenswhat are the stones called? If you could also confirm the size of the manzanita pieces?
Thanks Gill where is Bardils in Leicester do they have a good fish selection I'm working g in Leicester all this month at tigersLove it more and more and this will just be a spectacular evolving scape as it matures.
Thanks Gill where is Bardils in Leicester do they have a good fish selection I'm working g in Leicester all this month at tigers
The stone is millennium from aquarium gardens
The substrate was tropica soil with oase foam holding the wood in place and filling gaps in the stone was never really happy with that scape and it came down after 5 months lol the wood was just what I had collected over the last couple of
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