This is EASY - and so are all the plants!
A starter set is often the entry to the aquatic hobby and a lot of basics can be learned here. Low light, moderate fertilisation and no, or very little, added CO2, means slow growth and plenty of time to trim and maintain.
It is a very good and safe way to ensure success with your aquarium.
The great thing with these 'Scaped For You' Collections is that all the hard work is done for you!
'Scaped For You' Collections are ideal for those of you who just want to choose a setup and not have the hassle of having to choose the plants you need to replicate it. These collections come complete with all the plants, wood or rock needed for the aquascape you have chosen. The Collection even comes with an easy to understand diagram showing you exactly where to position the plants and materials.
Layout 111 is designed for an easy to plant and maintain 54L set up making it perfect for beginners. If your aquarium is larger than this you will have to add additional plants accordingly.
This Scaped For You is so easy and the plants are easy too. This would make a great starter one into the hobby as all the hard work is done for you. It is basic so you can do a lot of learning from it. It requires low lighting, moderate fertilisation and no or very little added CO2. Growth will be slower which means more time for trimming and maintaining. This is a good and safe way to ensure success with your aquarium.
You will also receive the hardscape materials in this plant collection and they are designed to be positioned as indicated in the diagram.
Plants in this collection are:
4 x Echinodorus reni (1)
1 x Cryptocoryne beckettii petchii (10)
4 x Hygrophila siamensis (2)
2 x Rotala rotundifolia (3)
4 x Limnophila hippuridoides (4)
1 x Anubias petite (5)
7 x Cladophora aegagrophila (moss balls) (6)
2 x Microsorum pteropus 'windelov' (7)
1 x Microsorum pteropus 'trident' (8)
1 x Anubias barteri var nana (9)
Hardscape materials in this collection are:
1 x Medium driftwood
2 x Small driftwood
2 x pieces of small dragon stone
The gravel used in this collection is called Tana Sand which can be purchased separately using the following link https://www.aquaessentials.co.uk/unipac-tana-sand-125kg-p-5209.html