Thank you for the nice feedback!
Viola hirta doesn't go dormant? That seems to be the problem with Violas in general is they have a dormancy period.
The Viola was in there for just 3-4 month or so. But that time it seems to be healthy.
And what do you do to keep humidity up or terrastrial part from drying out?
The whole structure was build with lava rocks, it worked like a sponge. So the terrastrial part was always moist. I kept the tank covered for 80%, so the humidity was about 70-75%. From time to time I sprayed water for the terrastrial plants.
Ach, sieh an. Da spricht ja jemand deutsch
Wenn du willst kannst du ja hier mal einen Blick reinwerfen, da ist die komplette Entstehungsgeschichte des Beckens dokumentiert, auch der Aufbau.
Flowgrow "Mother Nature"
This link shows the whole evolution of the tank. It is in german, but I think you can translate it with google or something. So you can understand most of the thread (hopefully)
Sorry, but I don't have any videos of this tank. I should have done some... mmhh... This tank doesn't exist anymore, I've sold it 2 years ago and bought me a new 90x45x45cm opti white tank. This is the current layout.