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  1. Riparium/Terrarium/Vivarium
    They're pretty sweet looking, and some of the models look like they'd provide plenty of space to use as a planter - or at least hide some planter baskets behind. http://www.aquaterra-intl.com/gallery.html I kind of want to try it after we move but since I've never seen one of these in person I...
  2. Equipment
    Hi all, I was wondering where one could get the plastic pots that plants from the LFS so often come in; does anybody know? It would be super awesome if they were less than 50 cents each, but any leads would be better than none :) Then again, it's probably possible to get them the way I got a...
  3. DIY
    I wanted to design a planter for some of my tanks that are bare bottom, here is what I came up with I used a 2L bottle, cut the top and bottom so that the top slides over the bottom part. I removed the cap/nozzle and drilled plenty of holes with a dremmel tool. The plant I used is an Amazon...
  4. Swap n Shop Archived Posts
    I have started work on a new product line and I am looking for some help with consumer testing. The product development is still in its preliminary stages, but I'll do my best to explain how it works. Tomorrow I might try to shoot some better pictures than the ones that I link here with this...
  5. Swap n Shop Archived Posts
    Hey Y'all I have been moving plants around and suddenly have a number of used magnetic riparium planters. Here's a picture of a new one. These used planters are in perfectly good shape and work great on glass as thick as 3/8". I have about a dozen of them and would like to sell them off at...
  6. Swap n Shop Archived Posts
    $27.00--Riparium Plants with Planters: Magnetic Small Hanging Planter + Peace Lily + Nano Trellis Raft + Pilea + USPS Priority Shipping Planted ripariums are a new way to grow plants in aquariums. Floating and hanging planters hold the emersed (growing above the water) plants at the waterline...
  7. Riparium/Terrarium/Vivarium
    Hi.. After following this amazing forum for a while, I am becoming more and more amazed at what one can do with plants and a tank with half water. :) I first came accross Hydrophytest Blog (http://hydrophytesblog.com/), which is to date one of the best bastions for planted tanks. His photos...
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