Planted Tank Guru
Join Date: Dec 2017
Location: Elk Grove, California
The best one I have in my library is Christel Kasselmann's Aquarium Plants.
For an all-around, indepth analysis of aquarium plants, their natural growing conditions, and
care, I have not found anything to beat it.
You could say this book is on par with Baensche's Aquarium Atlas for fish-keeping; but, Kasselmann has made a book on par for aquarium plants.
The most beautiful book of aquascaping, for me, is Amano's Nature Aquarium World. It is a book Ive wanted for awhile and picked up used at an auction last week at a local aquarium society meeting. It is awe-inspiring.
If you need a beginner book. A sort of over-view of basics in aquatic gardening and hard-scaping design I would recommend Karen A. Randall's Sunken Gardens. Its an informative primer.
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