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Aquatic Plant Variants! Bucephalandra Green Wavy

Sep 24 2018 0 Comments bucephalandra plants video

Aquatic plant variants: There are so many ways to use aquatic plants in a planted tank. Some are planted directly into aquarium substrate, some are glued or tied to hardscape and some are simply stuffed into the cracks and crevices of aquarium driftwood or stones. What method works best will generally vary depending on the aquatic plant itself. Aquatic plants such as epiphytes have rhizomes that allow these plants to be stuffed, tied and used in nonconventional ways as they are able to grow properly without being rooted to the soil, ultimately allowing one to express their creativity with plant placement. ...

In-Tank CO2 Diffuser Comparison!

Sep 11 2018 0 Comments co2 tips video

  With so many diffusers on the market today, it can be difficult to choose what type will work with your planted tank setup. The short video above quickly covers 3 different types that are popular and commonly used today. Let's take a closer look at the 3 types covered in the video. First, we have the classic glassware pieces.  These diffusers come in a variety of sizes and shapes meant to cater to factors such as aquarium tank size and aesthetic. Being made from glass, these CO2 diffusers are sleek and are meant to blend into a planted tank...

Bonsai Driftwood Trees - How to Plant and Aquascape!

Jun 13 2018 2 Comments anubias Aquascapes beginner bucephalandra hardscape tips video

Our Bonsai driftwood trees are back in stock! With this exciting restock, we wanted to briefly cover and provide an overview for frequently asked questions about these underwater bonsai trees. Our Bonsai driftwood trees are made by hand from natural driftwood that is aquarium safe. Artisans create these underwater trees in a wide variety of shapes and sizes to fit almost all aquarium tanks. They’re versatile, easy to work with and are the perfect piece of hardscape material to create an instant aquascape layout. These underwater bonsai driftwood trees pair well with aquatic plant species such as Anubias, Bucephalandra, Ferns...

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