Update on the 45P
Funny, how scapes just keep getting better every time you change it up. Looking great!! I like the central hardscape set up over what you had before. Looks much cleaner. Still not sure about the front right side...Decided to rescape my 60P last night. More work is needed (additional small/branchy wood near the bottom for root-y effects, some more rocks, changing the plants) but I just wanted to highlight how often I've changed my mind. It was a lot of work but definitely worth it. I tried to move all my pygmy cories.... However one somehow evaded my detection and was schooling in my face lol ==. Only noticed him when I took the photo.
Thank you! Your tips/advice has been spot on so if you have any more suggestions please let me know =). Right side - I'm working on it haha... that piece needs to grow in and I think it will match much more. I intend to maintain/trim that one so it's a bit thinner than the rest so it should contrast well too. I think if I can also find the right pieces of small branches to fit underneath my larger pieces of spiderwood, it will give the bottom a much fuller, "root"-ier and natural look which will help.Funny, how scapes just keep getting better every time you change it up. Looking great!! I like the central hardscape set up over what you had before. Looks much cleaner. Still not sure about the front right side...
There is a contest I want to enter where the cutoff date is in September so I was planning to grow it until then. I also want to try another idea - need to get more experience haha. I'll be back at your shop hunting for stuff for my ideas...Looks great! But why take it down in September?
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Thank you, one day when I have more time I will definitely try to do aquascapes with "dirt" and see how that goes.Nice use of ADA Aquasoil. Hopefully your journal helps educate forum members.