Dou Mok

October 08, 2019 1 min read

Dou Mok

This lush aquascape uses a selection of slower-growing (and therefore easier to maintain) plants to create an attractive nature style tank. The mosses and anubias species do not require a soil base to grow well, so a shallow sand substrate is used instead and provides excellent visual contrast to the dark wood, black rocks and deep greens of the plants. 

 



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