Jeff Miotke

July 08, 2019 1 min read

Jeff Miotke

In a nod to classic Japanese Iwagumi, this beautifully structured aquascape by Jeff Miotke involves a complement of Seiryu stones arranged in a manner that is both dramatic yet natural at the same time. The long leaves of a few bushes of Blyxa japonica peek out from behind, while the foreground slope is covered by the shorter strands of Utricularia graminifolia. The scene is framed by an immaculate bed of pale white sand.


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