#533: 0.1L Wabi-Kusa SEBAKUSA

Tambornino Juan Cruz Buenos Aires, Argentina


Impressive color!

The unnatural bending of stems and draped mosses without any integration onto the vessel suggests this Wabi-Kusa was grown elsewhere especially considering the container size for documentation.

Aside from bent stems the planting appears healthy with great color and foliage that has seen consistently high humidity.

— Jack McCarley
Beautiful and healthy little Wabi Kusa aquascape with a nice mix of colors and textures. I think your layout would have had a much greater impact using a larger vessels to hold your Wabi Kusa and hide sections of the substrate ball. Nicely done!
— Bailin Shaw
The container is natural and fits the scale and tone of the arrangement. Plants look healthy although would have liked to see some hardscape and addition of some detail to the arrangement such as other different leaf shapes.
— Jo Ann Fujii

Aquascape Details

Dimensions 6 × 6 × 3 cm
Volume 0.1L
Background no
Lighting Itron led full spectrum
Filtration no
Plants Ludwigia sp arcuata, Ludwigia repens, rotala rotundifolia, java moss, Micranthemum 'Monte Carlo', Hygrophila Pinnatifida
Animals no animals
Materials Mossy substrate ball in ceramic bowl.
Additional Information The wabikusa is kept most of the time in a closed container to maintain humidity and only water is vaporized every 3 days.

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