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NatureScape Back To Basics - Update Video

Discussion in 'Aquarium & Aquascaping Journals' started by TimHarrison, Jul 8, 2018.

  1. Keith

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    Its looking great one question are you planning on planting low plants in the front RH general area to soften the well sculptured rocks a little.

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    Thank you Keith, I'll leave it bare for now. I like the idea of an overgrown area contrasting with the starkness of the sandy bit.
     
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    Its a matter of getting the proportions correct and allowing for future plant growth if left untrimmed.

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    You're right about that Keith. I think I've got the balance right. My only concern is the Bolbitis attached to the lefthand side of the wood. It's not so slow growing in CO2 and good light, in fact it can be a bit of a thug and take over if you let it.
     
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