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|12-24-2012 01:59 AM|
I suck at attaching plants to rock or wood. The only way I can do it is w/ glue.
I was able to cram some petite anubias into crevices in my drift wood & some java ferns.
But they are not exactly well attached.
And they have a bit of algae!
|12-22-2012 03:21 AM|
I started. Hopefully I can make this first attempt at a planted aquarium work. 6 plants here. Starting a bit slow.
|12-21-2012 06:42 PM|
|etgregoire||I have a couple of rocks that i have very densely covered in peacock moss. i started with rather thick bunches and then I used a shower scrubbie cut apart so it was just a sheet of the plastic netting. I think that really helped it give it a good starting point to spread and be very filled in.|
|12-20-2012 07:30 PM|
Last year ADA streamed a seminar and posted these videos later. Maybe you will get some hints on how tos from these.
And here is a video with the larger tank several months later. It is the last one shown I think.
There are other set up videos by master scapers out there.
|12-20-2012 05:21 PM|
|jonathan||^ I Understand that much I think -- and I will have this in time. I would like to know how it starts. The logistics behind the very first steps. Maybe some tips can be gleaned ??|
|12-20-2012 04:35 PM|
Plenty of light, CO2 and appropriate fertilizing.
|12-20-2012 04:03 PM|
How do you densly populate drift wood ? Examples inside.
These for example. I know you can for example tie a fern to driftwood -- but how would do this so densely ? It amazes me.