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Hiep Hong

July 09, 2019 1 min read

Hiep Hong

Good volume is demonstrated in a small tank here through the stacking of rocks and wood hardscape and the usage of Java fern and Anubias to fill in the gaps. Both plant species are tolerant of shade and slight over-crowding, and they are among the easiest plants to use in an aquascape because they do not need to be rooted in substrate to grow well. Hiep Hong Nature Style 2



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