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Low Maintanence Rescape Ideas

Discussion in 'Aquascaping' started by Jan db, Oct 16, 2015.

  1. Jan db

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    Hello, aquascaping is not my strongpoint. I have a dirted 96"x30"x24" tall with 6x96 watt AH supply compact flourenscents. I'm also running Co2 and have a sealed sump. The tank has been set up for about 4 years. I've tried a bunch of different stems and higher light nor fragile stuff. I now have a toddler and my time to trim and move plants is limited. I'd really like to do something I can plant and sit back and enjoy. The crinum are my favorite plants and I'd also like to keep the wendtii. I'm open to starting from scratch everywhere else. What about a bunch of different anubias? I'd really appreciate any advice you may have.
     
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    Here's a pic.


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    This was a few months back. I believe the carpet is dwarf sag and it has disappeared. I would like a carpet too.
     
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    I would get some anubias nana 'petite' since they are smaller leaves than what you have currently and will give contrast. Maybe move your wood to the foreground and attached them to it.
     
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