Vin Kutty

July 04, 2019 1 min read

Vin Kutty

This amazingly manicured Dutch aquascape (that meets the incredibly strict criteria set by the Dutch Society for Aquarists NBAT) exhibits a symphony of hues, rich contrasts, shapes and textures. Low foreground greens are grown at an angle that give the overall aquascape a sense of depth and perspective, with a delightful contrast in varying heights and leaf-forms. 

In this tank, Rich greens are matched against a spectrum of colourful tones:

  • deep red Alternanthera reineckii "AR" in the bottom left
  • orange-tipped Ludwigia pantanal above the "AR"
  • Pinkish Bacopa colorata in the center of the tank
  • Rusty-red Barclaya lonifolia red on the right side of the tank
  • Pink/Yellow Ammania gracilis to the left of the Barclaya bush

 

Vin Kutty



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