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Old 06-14-2012, 08:59 PM   #1
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What do you think of my planted 10 gallon aquarium?
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Please rank on a scale of one to ten, ten being stunning and one being eeewww, is that a freshwater tank with eek clown puke gravel and driftwood.LOL


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Old 06-14-2012, 09:47 PM   #2
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Anyone have any plant suggestions? I'll be switching to sand and adding a curved wall of green and red foxtail along the back of the tank following the curve of the driftwood
I'm also going to be adding another light on the right side to match my new one
I am also going to root my stem plants once I get some sand in
That side will be planted with-
Green foxtail in the corner
Anubias nana coming out of a dip in the driftwood
Micro sword in front of the foxtail(Can anyone give me more info on it- can I keep it in a moderately lit tank with no ferts but I will be adding some)
Anubias congensis along the side and behind the foxtail
I also am wondering how to trim my foxtail since I am getting an inch of growth per day and grow new plants from it
I don't have a fancy trimming kit or anything
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10!! I know it's a late reply but I only just relized lol
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9. You get a point subtracted for the clown puke, lol. other than that it looks wonderful!
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