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Nordstern`moss gardens Part 2

Discussion in 'Emersed Journals' started by Nordstern, Apr 26, 2014.

  1. Nordstern

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    Hello! I have tried to post new attachments on my oldmoss garden thread, but it doesn´t work if you`re only in answer mode?. So here come the next photos: DSC05529 (1024x539). DSC05534 (1024x973). DSC05539 (1024x1021). DSC05542 (1024x683). Moosbild 15 mit Bärlapp (1024x577).
     
  2. Jason King

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    Looking good Jutta :)

    what the substrate your using?
     
  3. Nordstern

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    Thank you!:)
    I´m using seramis (burnt clay).It´s germ-free and water-retentive and as a substrate it works long without rotting.I work with seramis for several years and I´m very satisfied.
     
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    Love These All ,Photo's 4-5 Superb Drift wood& moss :cool::)Love the cube look to the glass
     
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    Wahou, beautiful! =)
     
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    Gorgeous like you always do Jutta,

    yes Seramis is very useful, I like it too. Wish, they would produce it in dark brown finally...
     

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