#346: 91L Aquatic Garden: The Tree
Van Dominic A. Cagulada, Ozamiz City Misamis Occidental Philippines | E-mail: vdcagulada at gmail.com
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Awards and Judge Comments

Interesting use of Hydrocotyle as tree leaves, but it looks like many of the other plants still need to grow in a little bit, particularly in the right left foreground.

Kris Weinhold

Nice use of the Hydrocotyle to create the tree in your tank. The stems in the backgrounds need to be shaped by pruning and sloping them towards the center. Also use similar types of rocks instead of mixing them in the tank. The textures and colors clash in this tank. Also try and maintain a level gravel foreground as the different slope distracts from the aquascape.

Bailin Shaw

Aquascape Details

Tank Size
24 x 16 x 16 cm (9.4 x 6.3 x 6.3 in)
91L (24 gallons)
Black sticker
GE 24watts spiral esl bulbs x 3
Sponge filter
Additional Information
Substrate 1st layer is loam soil. Top layer is sifted black cinder sand. White pebbles
The Tree
Hydrocotyle tripartita, Pearl weed, Glabulosa, Dwarf Hair Grass, Star Grass, Java Ferns, Proserpinaca palustris, Rotala wallichii, Lobelia cardinalis, Red Ivy, Didiplis diandra, Myacca fluviatilis
Yellow shrimps 20pcs, Cardinal Tetra 12pcs, Yellow Stone Shrimps 3, Pinocchio shrimp 1, Yellow Nose Shrimps 3
River rocks, Mangrove root turned upside down