Looking good salmon. Love the rock work as well. Looks like a fault line or low lying mountain range. I like your approach. I'm def subscribed.
Thanks so much frrok! Was trying to acheive a mountain range-ish look, but my planting/stems behind the rocks will likely diminish that look and feel
Not much to update tonight. The nurii is looking like it might be coming around a little. Hopefully it does, theres easily 30+ plantlets of it and it would stink to loose them all. All the stems appear to actually have some new growth already which I found surprising. Not too sure about this ranalisma though, doesn't seem to be commonly used much? Not a ton of info floating around either. By descriptions I've found, seems like an ideal foreground (1-2in)
Will try for some pics tomorrow. Thanks again for everyones kind words!
This is looking good! You're definitely doing something(s) right to keep the plants that healthy and green. I think it's going to be stunning when you flood it and the plants fill in.
thanks! have been watching it like a hawk since planting. i'm hoping that if i was doing something wrong, i would have noticed by now already getting nervous for the flood and possible melting dry starts are known for
It looks good. I wouldnt move the rocks they have very nice flow. I wish the rocks were taller/the tank was taller, but I think it will look great when the stems grow taller in the back
Thanks! Wont be moving any of main rocks that make up the scape, theres just two small spots i've considered tweaking...but likely wont. couldn't agree more re the rock height vs tank height, it's the only issue i'm unhappy with.