It says I can’t bring rhizome plants back from the US but it’s only really talking about outdoor plants that I’d be putting in the garden. Nothing about sterile tissue cultured anubias for a home aquarium.
does anyone know the answer to this?
You could argue it’s a terrarium because of the dome I guess. It’ll always be a wabikusa to me haha: it’s my favourite because it’s so simple and the rock has so much detail! I believe it’s a anubias nana and the rock is elephant skin rock.
I've been looking for a while and i can find bucephalandra sellers throughout Europe but I've found very little when it comes to rare anubias sellers. I want things like true chili anubias and etc but I just find it hard to trust websites selling them way cheaper than you'd expect. I just know...
I saw a post talking about the ADA terra base so I thought I'd share mine which is freshly planted, this was the next day after being planted so it hasn't matured at all. The terra base itself is £30 but the glass is more. I don't believe the glass is needed though but it was for me to keep...
Time to share another assembly. This will be my last assembly made in England.
Tank : Clearseal 40x 30x 30 cm aprox. 36 litres
Filtration : Dennerle scapers flow
Lighting: Chihiros Aquasky 451 (Initially 6 hours, currently 7 hours day)
Heating : Fluval mirrored M 200 watts
A relative was going to bin this tank, so I took it on. Didn't want to spend too much money so built the stand out of concrete blocks and plywood. The sides and back were painted black apart from one chunk of the back pane for some reason, so I decided to paint that bit myself rather...
Here's a video of me aquascaping a Dennerle Scapers Tanks using some very cool plants, and with guest appearance from the legendary Stefan Hummer aka The Plantahuhter!
I hope you like it!
and now it floats too
Easy on the eye and very simple to grow. If you're looking to add a different dimension to your aquarium, then this could be right up your street.
On sale Wednesday!
Adding a 3D effect to your tank has never been easier.
Try the floating anubias which is easy to use and simply attaches to the side of your aquarium. Ideal for smaller aquariums where you are looking to add something different.
1 more thing - we've got it on sale at £8.99 for a limited time...
This is my first rescape of a tank I set up in March 2015. It was my first tank for about 25 years! It was fairly successful, semi-low tech (daily liquid Co2, weekly complete ferts). This is what it looked like before I dismantled it.
Onto the new scape, which is intended to be low tech...
I have a 40 liter tank.
I made a DIY setup using three cheap GU10 LEDs from Ebay.
Each bulb is supposed to have these characteristics:
- cool/pure white 6000-6500K
- 500-550 lumen
I was under the impression that this light is more then adequate to grow plants. I though I have a medium to...
Is now called Anubias nana Mini and if you have a look at the pictures on our site you'll see just how tiny the leaves are!
Really great plant for nanos etc
We're now keeping our Anubias and Microsoriums in a 'new way' and are getting results as good as the professional growers - could we even say better than them? Possibly...
We've been testing and testing and after 12 months, we've nailed it.
They're the best they have ever been, so fresh...
I recently got the load of Anubias and Microsorum from John S (thanks John!)
At the moment, I've just got them floating in the tank on the landing (a-south-american-on-the-landing), but they need a bit of work.
Is it just a case of snipping off any obviously dead, diseased or dying bits and...
I just setup my tank and it is coming up to two weeks old. I have attached some Anubias Nana Petite and Bonsai to a piece of manzantia root.
The Anubias Nana Petite looks like it maybe struggling. Nearly all of the flower stems have died of and I have just noticed that on one leaf there...
Has anyone had any success with Anubias flowering with a Wabi Kusa set-up?..
Also, what would anyone recommend for the main substance of the Wabi-Kusa ball's?
1-Clay, Sphagnum moss, etc
2- Stones, straw, and Sphagnum moss?
Or a combination of all three?..
*Also, is digging up some...
We've got some exciting vitro plants from Anubias plants coming in this week, so keep an eye on the site (wed/thurs). Bit different from Tropica variety.
All will be revealed but have a peak at their website if you haven't done already Anubias – Piante d' acquario - Aquatic plants