Fernando Ferreira

May 14, 2019 1 min read

Fernando Ferreira

This aquascape features vibrant stem plants over rocky cliff. When using rocks, it is important toe blend the transition from larger rocks to substrate layer; here many of the rocks at the front are partially buried in sand to give that effect. Usage of smaller rocks and different colored sands can also ease the transition from hardscape to substrate.


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