|01-09-2013 05:05 AM|
|MABJ||That deserves a thousand rewards it is so beautiful. I don't even know how it is possible. I think I know the plant, and I didn't know it grew like that.|
|01-09-2013 04:17 AM|
|01-09-2013 03:53 AM|
I got some nana petite from GordonRichards at last year's NEC convention. He had it from AquaFlora. It is cultured and there was a ton of it in there. I separated it into at lest thirteen or fourteen plants with three to five leaves.
It takes a little bit of work because the plant grows in circles in the container and the roots intertwine a bit, but you get a decent amount.
|01-07-2013 12:42 PM|
|ChadRamsey||nana petite no doubt. windelov would be cool on a big enough "tree".|
|01-07-2013 06:54 AM|
|Jeffww||Almost any stem plant works. You just need the patience to put it all together. I've seen an example of this though and the result is beautiful.|
|01-07-2013 06:14 AM|
Plant suggestions for a tree(not moss)
What type of plants would be good to use on driftwood to create a tree? I know moss works, and originally I thought about doing a Christmas moss tree, but now Im thinking about trying some other sort of plant. Maybe anubias nana petite, although cost would be high there. What else would work?