Big Wood 50g Planted

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I added a really large piece of wood today to balance out the left hand side of my 50 gallon planted.

I like it. What do you think?

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Once it matures, it should look bomb. A couple of anubias plants on the main thicker trunks, and it will really look nice.
 
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kallililly1973 said:
Wow!! that looks amazing!!
Thanks kallililly1973 - at first I thought it might be too big for my tank, but I think it really works.

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Once it matures, it should look bomb. A couple of anubias plants on the main thicker trunks, and it will really look nice.
Thanks aussieJJDude - the tank is approaching 3 months old, and it's great fun adding to the scape and the fish stock.

I'll look into Anubias as you suggested.
 

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It absolutely works and I would definitely add a couple Anubis even a java fern or two would also work and I believe buce plants are also the type u can tie to hardscape if it’s available to u ... ide even go as far as suggesting another slightly smaller branchy piece for the right side towards the front
 

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