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Nice! I look forward to seeing the next iteration...
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post #272 of 282 (permalink) Old 03-01-2014, 07:10 PM Thread Starter
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Just a tiny update for today:

I have about 7 or 8 surviving endler/guppy babies, they are growing larger by the day.

I am really getting sick of this 'scape, though. May rescape tomorrow, probably sometime in the next 2 or 3 weeks.
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I love your idea for your next scape. Honestly, I wanted to this but can't invest the money in that much rock. Until I can find a source of cheap stone, and not what the rock yard has, I want to do the same.
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I love your idea for your next scape. Honestly, I wanted to this but can't invest the money in that much rock. Until I can find a source of cheap stone, and not what the rock yard has, I want to do the same.

Yeah, having mostly rocks/soil/sand for me is a better fit, plus I think it looks pretty good

And the surface only shows like 40-60% of the rocks, I plan to have most buried to help the hill. These will most likely be some sort of lava rock or something along those lines.
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A sneak peak at an edit of the next scape:

That super cool! Are you going with a new thread for that look or sticking with this one? How do they make the water fall effect? I'm guessing that white sand or white rocks in a downward spiral? I can't tell from the picture.



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That super cool! Are you going with a new thread for that look or sticking with this one? How do they make the water fall effect? I'm guessing that white sand or white rocks in a downward spiral? I can't tell from the picture.

Yeah probably a new thread. And I have no Idea, I'm doing just a regular sand path and floating rock islands
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Floating Rock island....



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Floating Rock island....

Eh, more like meteors

I ordered the rocks today, I'll take down the current scape tomorrow and I should have the hard scape done by next weekend.

If anyone knows where I could get some of these plants, please tell me:
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I want to buy it from a single seller, I know I can get it from Tropica with 1-2-Grow, but I don't want to spend the money importing it.
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