Please share pictures of plants attached to driftwood, stone, etc.

MammaBearinTN

Fish Fanatic
Joined
Dec 30, 2020
Messages
140
Reaction score
78
Location
TN
I would appreciate it so much. Close up pictures, zoomed-out pictures of your aquarium, etc. All would be appreciated!
Thanks!
 

Stan510

Fish Addict
Joined
Dec 10, 2018
Messages
886
Reaction score
591
I know what you mean- artistically placed on interesting wood or rock. But mine are Anubias on wood branches that are horizontal- nothing to really see,they look like they are planted in the gravel. Same for my Bolbitis. Java fern I might post..they are on wood,but look to be growing on the fake rock wall behind them.
Java fern love potassium...a reminder!
 

Circus

Fish Herder
Pet of the Month!
Fish of the Month!
Joined
Jul 14, 2020
Messages
1,072
Reaction score
992
Location
Washington State, USA
My first two pics are Java Fern attached to driftwood. It is going on a year old now. I have some anubias attached to spiderwood in the third pic. The last pics are my anubias on a circular piece of rock, and it is more than a foot long.
 

Attachments

  • 20210501_155441.jpg
    20210501_155441.jpg
    262.5 KB · Views: 11
  • 20210501_155430.jpg
    20210501_155430.jpg
    267.4 KB · Views: 13
  • 20210501_155420.jpg
    20210501_155420.jpg
    352.2 KB · Views: 11
  • 20210501_155405.jpg
    20210501_155405.jpg
    299.6 KB · Views: 14
  • 20210312_195139.jpg
    20210312_195139.jpg
    366.2 KB · Views: 11
  • 20210312_195141.jpg
    20210312_195141.jpg
    359.3 KB · Views: 11
  • 20210312_195208.jpg
    20210312_195208.jpg
    246.5 KB · Views: 11
OP
M

MammaBearinTN

Fish Fanatic
Joined
Dec 30, 2020
Messages
140
Reaction score
78
Location
TN
My first two pics are Java Fern attached to driftwood. It is going on a year old now. I have some anubias attached to spiderwood in the third pic. The last pics are my anubias on a circular piece of rock, and it is more than a foot long.
My first two pics are Java Fern attached to driftwood. It is going on a year old now. I have some anubias attached to spiderwood in the third pic. The last pics are my anubias on a circular piece of rock, and it is more than a foot long.
Love seeing the pics! What kind of anubias is that?
 

Jbram

Fish Fanatic
Joined
Jul 1, 2013
Messages
107
Reaction score
21
Location
US
these are my 2 anubias, ones a broadleaf one is a nano. The roots have attached and are reaching down to tge substrate.
 

Attachments

  • 16200001757856239370873167165944.jpg
    16200001757856239370873167165944.jpg
    347.5 KB · Views: 8
  • 16200002089632709121288406286380.jpg
    16200002089632709121288406286380.jpg
    333.4 KB · Views: 8

Stan510

Fish Addict
Joined
Dec 10, 2018
Messages
886
Reaction score
591
Bolbitis is a hard grow in low tech. Its very susceptible to being coated in algae's...BBA,BGA,White Staghorn Algae is one ugly algae. Brown cyano also is a pest never far away. I would say Bolbitis is BY FAR,the most algae susceptible aquarium plant I've ever grown.
Less photo period has helped..most of the algae is gone. But the fern is not growing much if at all now.
 
Top