3 Gallon Wallstadesque Brandy Glass

Lissi Kat

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So I got busy today in the 3 hours my son was in kindergarten.
I set up a wallstad type brandy glass.
It holds about 15liters
I added a heater and an air stone.
I made the stand that holds the light from scraps i had and all of the plants i added were trimmingd or runners from my other tanks.
For the substrate I mixed potting soil and jbl manado and capped it with jbl sansibar black.
I added wood and stones
Plant list:
Marimo moss balls
Java moss
Christmas moss
Pogostemon helferi
Cryptochoryne wedetii kompackt
Bucephilandra wavy leaf
Anubias gracilis
Eleocharis pussilla
Ludwigia reopens Rubin
2 variations of hydrocotyle
Vallisinaria torts
Salvinia
Pothos.
I may have forgotten some also.
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Hopefully it settles a little soon!

Then light is a clip on LED desk lamp
 

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It looks awesome! I've been wanting to do something similar, but I just don't know where to start
 
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It looks awesome! I've been wanting to do something similar, but I just don't know where to start
Thank you!
Just move it's go
It doesn't take long and can be done super cheap with stuff you already have all I had to get was the glass and heater.id also reccomend only planting with tweezers.
 

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I see you taking out the wood and stone soon. You will want to have the space for plants
 
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I see you taking out the wood and stone soon. You will want to have the space for plants
Haha that's hopefully what'll happen the wood is covered in different plants tho so technically that givescme more plant area than the one small pant of ground it's taking up
 
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