0£ hardscape, any good? 60cm/50liters tank.

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I have used this stone before it is from local beach, wood from fallen tree. It spare fish tank, gift for my friend so tight budget
 
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A bit of update, I have changed the wood to speed it up. The hardscape came up £15. My first island composition ever btw. The other wood is soaking for next project
 

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A bit of update, I have changed the wood to speed it up. The hardscape came up £15. My first island composition ever btw. The other wood is soaking for next project
It looks very good. And what is the substrate you are using?
 

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It is only sand, it will by planted with epified plants for low maintenance and two spots of crypt. parva with root tables under.

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Day 1, excuse the tech old fish tank became alive, gift for mate, low cost


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Hi all, I keep the cuttings when I prune our Blueberries and other /www.ukaps.org/forum/threads/sourcing-woods.24078/#post-246790']Heathers[/URL]"> (Erica, Calluna) etc.

I also put the /www.ukaps.org/forum/threads/catappa-leaves.18109/#post-185544']red autumn leaves in the tanks[/URL]">, although they don't last very long.

All this "heather" type wood is good for nano-scapes etc.

cheers Darrel
I have seen "heather" today at the forest they are really nice, good call mate.
 

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