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First, make a hardscape of rocks. Then add about 1 centimeter of substrate below the gravel to give long term nutrient storage for the growth of plants. The gravel is distributed with the slope upwards towards the rear wall of the aquarium. This way, you can achieve depth and perspective.
A really good beginner’s aquarium with hardy plants that are able to thrive in low lighting and without the addition of CO2. However, better lighting and the addition of CO2 will show on the plants.
Light and dark leaves in different sizes and forms make the image varied and exciting. Use coloured rocks to create contrasts, whenever the selection of coloured plants is limited. The image is framed by vigorous, deep-green Spiky-moss, which has been tucked into the ground layer in small tufts.
Tip! Vallisneria and Microsorum gently sway at the outlet of the pump, which creates life in the image.
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