ADA gallery

July 09, 2019 1 min read

ADA gallery

This nature style aquascape uses a thicker base of rock as a base. This is used to hold back aquasoil substrate at the back where the stem plants are planted and separate it from the beach front. A mix of epiphytes are used to blend the layer between the rock work and the stems at the back.

ADA Nature Style 7



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