I was getting kind of bored with my scape that was blooming for the last 7 months (journal here
). So when I saw these exotic wood and moss day before yesterday in AF, I gave in to the idea of starting a new scape (which btw was in my mind for a while). So I fell for it and got what I wanted and broke down the tank yesterday and moved the fish and plants. I'll incorporate some of the plants in my new scape but I will put most of the rotala for sale tomorrow.
So adios to my old layout and holla to the new one.
This is what I have
beautiful borneo driftwood from AF and couple of the old black wood with java moss from my tank
Shou stone - all that I had till now. Some of them have java moss on them.
Jungermannia pseudocyclop from AF
Notocyphus lutescens from AF
Fissidens geppii from AF
Anubias barteri (some are var nana) from old tank
Needle leaf java fern and bolbitis
Limnophila aromatica and Lilaeposis mauritiana
Alternanthera reineckii 'Purple'
I have absolutely no experience with the new mosses but they are so beautiful that I had to try them. I just need to keep my fingers crossed and hope they do well.
For substrate I'll use Aquasoil amazonia from my old tank in the back for stem plants. The fore ground will be covered with sarawak sand.
This is the bare bone hardscape layout from this morning. The rocks and dw with moss on them are yet to be added.
Please provide your feedback on the hardscape. I'll start the next steps in an hour or so, SO PLEASE provide your feedback ASAP.