Aquascaping Ideas Low Maintenance Moss Tree Layout

Wednesday, December 21, 2011
The slower growing species such as ferns and crypts are long term and ideal for the low-maintenance aquascapes like this layout. As the driftwood composition is the main focus on this layout, it's good selecting the driftwood composition that suits to the simple plant composition and layout.

Aquascaping Ideas Low Maintenance Moss Tree Layout
Low Maintenance Moss Tree Layout  - Aquascaping Ideas for small tanks
In today's world of planted aquarium, many aquascape enthusiasts choose to keep the low maintenance layout because several reasons. This small tank was set up specifically to showcase the driftwood as currently there is a trend to use driftwood in Aquariums. The low maintenance aquascaping ideas like this Low Maintenance Moss Tree layout is very suitable for those of you who wanted something simple and relatively low-maintenance that didn’t need much pruning.

Aquascaping Layout Ideas

Date/Location 2009 - Mr. Hoad, Mid Levels, Hong Kong (Designed and Maintained by Bubbles Aquarium)
Tank Size 24" (L) x 12" (W) x 24" (H)
Volume 108 Liters
Lighting T5HO 24 Watt x 2
Filtration Hang-on Filter 800 L/H, PowerHead 301 Undergravel System
Substrate ADA Aqua Soil Africana, JBL AquaBasis Bottom Fertilizer
Substrate Additives ADA Bacter 100, ADA Clear Super, ADA Tourmaline BC, Penac P, Penac W
Decorative Materials Driftwood, ADA Riccia Stones

Note: Choosing a driftwood for aquascape aquarium can be quite expensive because it can make a big hole in some aquarium owners. So we should simply go for a small piece of aquarium driftwood which can be easily found on the beach but you need to put that piece in quarantine tank for at least a couple of days and when the PH levels of this driftwood piece match with your Ph level of tank than you can use this driftwood. After this process make sure that driftwood is clean and can be used with the tank. Using the suitable driftwood will definitely enhance the beauty of your Aquarium.

You can read more about this set up, or ask questions by visiting the Bubles Aquarium site.