Discussion in 'Aquascaping and Member's Setups' started by Slagter, Feb 27, 2014.
i hope im nt bein forward here but my tanks low_tech,nt sure bout inspirational but maybe one day
Tank is looking good, some moss in the wood will look so nice!
thanks,there are some on 3 branches,gna trim soon and then spread out some more
Looking good @JsPLAYn83 ... love the hardscape!!
Can even try S.Repens if you want something to cover the front...
Thanks @JAX ... I broke apart 1 crypt plant and planted small stems all over front...its startn to grow nicely but will prob take a while to grow in and fill up,will look into others aswell
Nice tank JS. Just have one question are you planning on planting the toe in the first pic?ROTFLMAO!! Nah just messing with you the tank really does look very nice!
@Shaun ha ha ha .....my bad,I didn even realise OMG!!! Lol lol lol .... Thanks for compliment tho,too late to edit pic nw lol
HEHEHE just goes to show how relaxing a tank can be!
Been like forever since I posted a pic of the River tank....not quite "inspirational"....but I love it. 3 footer... LOTSA flow and a single 24W T5....Ferts? When I remember...
Looks real cool when I grow up I want to have a river tank!
That is one BACKSIDE kicking FRONTSIDE grabbing nice tank.
Layout by Filipe Oliveira using Aquaflora's plants.
Low demanding planted aquarium with low light and without CO2.
My low tech
What's the secret to getting a Low-tech tank looking so Lush?
Plant heavily from the start.
Some of these tanks really look good for low tech tanks
Sorry not some of these tank, but all of them looks amazing
I spotted this thread a while back and thought it needs to be revived for the beginners and everyone that feels intimidated!
So here is a low tech tank that belongs to a friend... This just blew my mind about how well it looks and what can be done...
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