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Dream of Eden -another Wabi Kusa attempt

Antoni

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Thank you very much,mate!

That flatters me! :oops:

But the fact you all like it, gives me a drive and inspiration. :)
 

Robbie X

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Love it! I'm really digging wabi kusa... I have a good container, and tesco cat litter (used with soil & grit mix for my bonsai) so may start one up in the next few days. There are a number of wetlands near my home so might try one with local wetland moss and plants. Throw in a bit of driftwood root from my local beach, and bingo, welsh Wabi Kusa!
One question, as I'm still in the planning stage for my first aquascape I don't have access to tank water. Will rain water be ok? I have a large water-butt in my garden so a constant source of rainwater.
 

Greenfinger2

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Thanks mate.

The dish i acrylic and I bought it from here

John Lewis also sell very nice glass ones and they also have large sizes 35-40 cm diameter. :)

Hi Antoni, Thanks for the link:rolleyes: Great price :) The range is another fab warehouse for glass and bits and bobs, IKEA is the best but the Wife:arghh: Won't let me go that often dents the bank account to much:(:D
 

Antoni

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Hi Antoni, Thanks for the link:rolleyes: Great price :) The range is another fab warehouse for glass and bits and bobs, IKEA is the best but the Wife:arghh: Won't let me go that often dents the bank account to much:(:D

Yep, IKEA is great too! I avoid it though, as I spent too much time and money there :)
 
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