One of the challenges we face in growing the planted aquarium hobby is maintenance. It’s hard work to keep aquascapes in shape. Let’s face it, most of the aquascapes we drool over are snapshots in time. They don’t look that way all the time. In one of my podcasts, I had a great discussion with Mike Senske about this and … Read More
Our friends at Practical Fishkeeping Magazine have posted a fantastic article on an aquascape set up by the experts at Dennerle in the PFK offices. I find it’s stunning and I’m incredibly envious. The article is also definitely worth a read as it goes into a lot of tips and pro aquascaper secrets. I particularly appreciated the mention of visual … Read More
Oliver Knott proves again that he is one of the most creative and innovative aquascapers out there. Here’s his latest product: Can we get this in the States? I need a can of inspiration… Oh, and by the way, yes, it’s a real product.
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Hi, I’m all about continuing the conversation about planted aquariums and aquascaping. That’s why I wanted to let you know about something we’re starting called the ScapeFu Letter. It’s our own, personal email newsletter for readers of this site. We wanted a way to be able to send out daily (or there abouts) emails to our readers when we didn’t … Read More
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As with everything, there are certain rules that, if followed, can turn your work into something you’re proud of. I’ve come up with a set of rules for aquascaping. Here’s the first one. The first rule of aquascaping: start with healthy plants.
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