|03-11-2012 03:11 PM|
|menoseloso||does anybody have any pics?|
|03-01-2012 01:42 AM|
|02-26-2012 03:09 PM|
I have it partially under a tree.. last year I had it in full sun and it was full of string algae, it looked gross then i decided to put it under the shade and it was gone in one or two days it was weird but worked.
I started early to get the plants acclimated to the soil and have them put out their roots so they can get a headstart this year... im looking forward to a bushy pond.
I have a question for you doncityz... how do I put links as my signature..I was trying yesterday but I couldnt see how.
|02-26-2012 12:15 AM|
|doncityz||How do you avoid green water in there?|
|02-25-2012 05:16 PM|
|02-25-2012 05:12 PM|
this is page 2/3
|02-25-2012 05:05 PM|
Update for you guys
Here is an Update I found out how to insert pics to show up in the post
|02-23-2012 06:27 PM|
|menoseloso||Wow today my herpetology class went to a nearby scenic wetland and aside from catching snakes I encountered dhg, bacopa monnieri, dwarf lillies and marsilea macropoda everywhere! Now I know where to get dhg locally. I didn't take any pics but when im there I will. -peace|
|02-07-2012 09:52 PM|
|menoseloso||if you have pics to share with all of us please share them im sure someone is looking for something like that around here|
|02-07-2012 09:05 PM|
|pweifan||I have an outdoor container pond that I set up in early June and brought inside in September. The temp swings did indeed kill of the White Clouds I put in there, but the RCS bred like crazy. I put in 25-30 and ended up with 100-150 when I took it down. I could take pictures of teh container inside, but I don't think that is what you're after. I've got it in my basement with a heater and a shoplight over it.|
|02-05-2012 03:47 PM|
I never thought of putting shrimp in a pond. I imagine the temp swings and predatory insects would make short work of them. Still, might be worth a try. I'm very tempted to start a pond right now, but it's just barely February and a few years ago we had snow in March. I don't want to set up a pond only for it to be frozen in a month.
I would love to see a DHG 'Belem' carpet in a pond. With some red plants around the edges... that would be awesome! The only problem would be the intensity of the sunlight might cause some issues without CO2 supplementation.
|02-05-2012 02:59 PM|
|menoseloso||Thanks to all of you who have responded earlier where I live in south texas its prime time for starting. hopefully i too will have pics up soon. you wont be discouraged!!! i am looking forward to your pics soon!!! TIA|
|02-05-2012 02:54 PM|
1. I wanted to see people with RCS in ponds... who has them apparantly no body no pictures of that or any other types of shrimp there's only experiences.
2. also with tropical fish there's only pics of danios and rainbowfish. how about angelfish or blackskirt tetras or neons right or others?
3. also with plants i know people are putting plants in their ponds other than the typical pond bog plants and anacharis, cabomba, and hornwort. wouldn't you like to see maybe a huge pond carpeted by DHG and have colonies of many types of shrimp?
that is why i posted this to do many people a favor and when they search this awesome site they'll find what it is they are looking for. and besides this is My thread that I started and I am asking people to volunteer their own pics and time and I don't want somebody to discourage them. what if i went to every thread on this site and copy and pasted your question to them? nobody will like that. so keep your discouragements to yourself and help a fellow aquarist rather than discouraging them.
|02-04-2012 08:23 PM|
|02-04-2012 03:40 AM|
|klaus07||Right now it is winter. The Echinodorus radicans i dug up in Arkansas has died back in dormancy, and is one of the first plants to emerge in late spring. It has survived the winters here in OHio for more years than I care to remember. The golden club i brought back from Alabama as seeds too lurk beneath the chilly surface of my winter pond as is the reed that came from there alsol I can see remants of the potamageton i found in a stream in TN and the Ludwigia i found in southern KY too waits for warmer weather. The lizards tail from here in Ohio has grown magnificently and I can see the creeping rhizome ready thrust new leaves into the warm weather we are awaiting. Lemna trisulka is unfazed, very different from its aroid cousin, duckweed, which has died back into the silt, awaiting warm weather as well. I would love to take photos for you, but it will have to wait a few months.|
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