#123: 300L Aquatic Garden: Color me
Tony Tam, Hong Kong China
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Awards and Judge Comments

Really nice layout, but one that speaks to the difficulty of having everything peak at the same time. Your foreground planting really hasn't filled in enough yet, while your Rotala is laying across the water surface and has become a little spindly below. See if you can keep trimming and shaping those stem plants while you wait for the Glosso to fill in. I think you may have a stunning tank to enter next year!

Karen Randall

Your planted aquarium was not ready for a picture, I hope you understand this. The plant selection is good the fish complement your design but the plants need to grow more, allow this tank to mature. Trim your plants to shape your design even more. Good job

Luis Navarro

This is a great layout though I'd preferred to see a little denser cover, at least in patches, of the Glossostigma in the foreground. Also, I am not sure the floating branches of the stem plant to the left add to the over all impression of the layout.

Ole Pedersen

Aquascape Details

Tank Size
120 x 51 x 51 cm (47 x 20 x 20 in)
Volume
300L (79 gallons)
Lighting
120cm T5HO X 6
Filtration
ADA Aqua Soil Amazonia
Additional Information
ADA Step 2, ECA, iron bottom, multi bottom
Title
Color me
Plants
Cryptoryne petchii, Blyxa japonica, Rotaia rotundifolia, Glossostigma elatinoides,Hemianthus micranthemoides, Vesicularia antipyretica, Ammannia multiflora, Aubias barteri var. nana, Bolbitis heudelotii, Aubias barteri long leaves, Rotala indica, Rotala macrandra sp.,Rotala rotundifolia,Rotala macrandra sp.(narrow) ,new Tonina, Ludwigia sp. (Cuba),Tonina fluviatilis,Microsorium sp. (narrow),Proserpinaca palustris ,Juncus repens, Rotala macrandra sp.,
Fish/Animals
Otocinclus sp.,Crossocheilus siamensis,Caridina japonica , algae eaters,Paracheirodon innesi
Materials
driftwoods and wooden rocks