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Old 02-02-2012, 11:45 PM   #1
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1g Vase project


Saw this awesome cylinder vase in Wal-Mart for $4 and bought it, been wanting a nano project like this for a while. It holds about 1g of water...also stopped at the pet store and found the perfect piece of driftwood, tiny enough to go right in the center.
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....and planted!
Currently has some leftover anubias nana "mini, some tiny vals, and a single little sagittaria plant that was sprouting in the wrong place in my ebi. And a big crypt that is still a little squished from shipping, it's been slowly righting itself.


The surface is completely covered in frogbit:
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Old 02-03-2012, 01:31 AM   #3
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Lol I picked up 2 of the same cylinders for plants. You gotta watch out, some of them are really poor made, i.e. very thin glass on one side and thick on the other. Take a careful look before getting one. They serve as pretty decent nurseries for stem plants.
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Lol I picked up 2 of the same cylinders for plants. You gotta watch out, some of them are really poor made, i.e. very thin glass on one side and thick on the other. Take a careful look before getting one. They serve as pretty decent nurseries for stem plants.
Yea I noticed that when looking at them O.o and made an effort to get the most 'uniform' looking one. Hopefully this starts looking more jungle-ish once the plants grow and I could put a few shrimp in.
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Yeah I got my bowl from Walmart too and recently noticed a few dents in it, had a nightmare that it just shattered out of the blue lol.

Shrimp will work great especially as the container fills out more, they can use a lot of the vertical space (they love frogbit roots), what light are you using?
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Old 02-04-2012, 04:41 AM   #6
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your vase looks like its off to a great start!
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i love it!!!

im from the philippines and i am having a hard time looking for floating plants.
anybody from the philippines with suggestions on where should i look for? i would like to have some frogbits and duckweeds on my tank.
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