Just curious if anyone else does this.
When I get new stem plants and I clip off the bottom portion to plant them, I leave the clippings floating in the tank. When it is time to prune the recently planted stem plants, the clippings from the original planting have grown full sized stems of the plants. So at the first pruning I get to plant the prunings, and the new plants stems from the clippings.
I got the idea to do this from the studies of how exotic plants in lakes were being "mowed", and the fragments that would float away would grow into new plants, e.g. hydrilla and Myriophyllum sp. It's a quick way to triple (or more) your stems of a plant.
Aquascape? I'm a crypt farmer.
It's a fine line between fishing and standing on the shore looking like an idiot.
That IS an aquascape, it's titled "The Vacant Lot".