I was a busy boy on all the planted forums back then. So much to learn! There still is, of course, but I prefer to commit more time to UKAPS than elsewhere these days.sanj said:I remember when you were first posting on The Planted Tank George. I think it was The Planted Tank anyway. Six years already Omg!
Your scapes are so clean, noticed you use quite a lot of filtration, but that certainly pays off.
Never miss a water change?
Thanks!gratts said:Great stuff George
The java fern in '80cm - Mother Microsorium' - can you give me some more info please?
Is it just one huge plant, or many? What have you attached it to? Cheers!
Breathing taking! Wow
I am returning to planted scapes and these tanks have really inspired me.
Could you tell me what plant you used in Blyxa Hills (righ side) and English Summer (rear back wall) its a 'grass' looking clump forming plant, so stunning! I want! I want!
For once Clive, we are in complete agreement on something. Too many folks seem to be thinking that to aquascape all that you are allowed to use is green, yet if you look at any other work of art, the best are usually filled with different colours.ceg4048 said:All spectacular George. To tell the truth I like the first one if nothing else but for the variation of texture and color. I'm finding the SE Asian Matrix is overwhelmingly green I'm afraid (no less spectacular though).