First Anubis Tree

Discussion in 'Freshwater Beginners' started by mccann1987, Jun 15, 2018.

  1. mccann1987Valued MemberMember

    A large Anubias cut into peices attached to some wood to resemble a tree. Its only been up for a few days so needs to fill out. I may add some moss in the future. Shrimp seem to love it. 20180613_165636.jpg20180613_165624.jpg20180613_165641.jpg
  2. ultraviolet06New MemberMember

    It looks good!
  3. FishGirl38Valued MemberMember

    Now THAT, is how you use anubias.

    I've done similar set ups with java ferns. Looks stunning, good job.
  4. yukondogWell Known MemberMember

    That really looks nice.
  5. BellashNew MemberMember

    That looks really good, I made my granddaughter a money tree one time and it came out great, now seeing your photos I think I'll try one (minus the money) for my tank. Beautiful, thank you for the idea
  6. FanaticFishlore VIPMember

    That’s neat! I see you have some ExoTerra Ficus vines in the tank, never thought of using those. Your water is so clear, I didn’t know if there was water in the tank.
  7. sloughdogWell Known MemberMember

    Well done!

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