Bruxes and Bubbles
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I just worry that it'll take up the whole thing and get too tall to prune back enough without it looking sad. I found the Echinodorus 'Oriental' sword - looks like it's a bit smaller and may work better.Lorekeeper said:Amazon Swords do get large, but are extremely easy to prune. I have two in a 2.5 gallon. They need to be cut back, but they're doing great.
Bruxes and Bubbles said:I drew up what I would like my aquascape to look like. Any tips and opinions would be great. I also need a centerpiece for that circled spot with question marks. Any ideas?
Edit: Got a warning about the amazon sword getting too big. I will search for other options.
Stocking plan? TexasDomer is helping me with that right now. A nice school of micro-rasboras, a trio of endlers, and a bunch of cherry shrimp is what it will most likely be assuming aquabid still sells it all by the time I have everything set up.KeeperOfASilentWorld said:Nice scape Can you also post a drawing of the plan so that we can be more helpful?
No not the stocking, the plan view of your aquascape.Bruxes and Bubbles said:Stocking plan? TexasDomer is helping me with that right now. A nice school of micro-rasboras, a trio of endlers, and a bunch of cherry shrimp is what it will most likely be assuming aquabid still sells it all by the time I have everything set up.
Or do you mean something else? My apologies if it's obvious.
Here is a very, very rough drawing of it from above. The driftwood tree at the top would be a bit more to the left, but it's pretty close.KeeperOfASilentWorld said:Yes a view from above. It will also help you understand the composition in a better way and make improvements as desired.
Okay, that sounds good! I'll find a smaller plant to put in its place. Thanks!Jocelyn Adelman said:I would move the wendtii to the space with the question marks and put a stem in its corner.
A smaller sword is perfect, but I feel like you might want some height somewhere, hence the stem in the corner