New here. Been a while since I had a planted tank, and having moved to the middle-east a year ago I thought it would be a while before I could get one. Turns out there's one decent store here that i've managed to get some stuff from. Having a custom shallow rimless tank made (100cmx45x36high) and went shopping yesterday for some hardscape stuff.
Picked up a decent haul of wood and rocks, plus some substrate and additives (that I wasn't going to bother with, but decided to go for).
Think I might have a little too much stuff, but best to be able to pick and choose what makes it to the tank I guess!
Tank will have c02 and about 70w of light.
Looking for some hardscaping ideas so the larger peice of wood doesn't totally dominate. I plan on a steep gradient towards the back, and wll be using tissue-culture plants, mostly small/medium, no swords or long leaves.
Comments and tips welcome!
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Hardscape haul - Album on Imgur