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The composition framework of layout is formed by driftwood and stones. Stem plants play another important role there to flesh out the framework to form the composition. Enjoy the beauty of plant clusters creating various compositions.
The layout shows color gradations by arranging Rotala Rotundifolia, having the medium tone, between the red and green stem plants .Tank size: W120×D45×H60 (cm)Shot on: November 2008Main stem plants used: Rotala Rotundifolia / Rotala sp. Nanjenshan / Rotala sp. ‘Ceylon’ / Rotala macrandra (Narrow Leaf) / Myriophyllum mattogrossense (Green)
Bushes arranged by several fine stem plants can give a larger impression of the aquascape. This produces a magnificent scale of the layout.Tank size: W180×D60×H60 (cm)Shot on: October 2013Main stem plants used: Myriophyllum mattogrossense (Green) / Rotala sp. Nanjenshan / Rotala rotundifolia (Green) / Rotala Rotundifolia
Large red leaves of Alternanthera reineckii planted in the center stand out in the layout by being surrounded by fine stem plants .Tank size: W180×D60×H60 (cm)Shot on: April 2010Main stem plants used: Alternanthera reineckii / Ludwigia Arcuata / Myriophyllum mattogrossense (Green)
The impression of the convex composition is emphasized by planting Rotala Rotundifolia to the left of the layout center.Tank size: W60×D30×H36 (cm)Shot on: October 2010Main stem plants used: Rotala Rotundifolia / Rotala sp. ‘Ceylon’ /Alternanthera reineckii / Ludwigia Arcuata
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