12-05-2012, 02:18 PM
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Originally Posted by Byron
In the current (Dec 2012) issue of TFH there is quite a good article on aquascaping. I scanned the relevant section, this may be of some value. The author, whom I do not know, seems very well versed on natural planted tanks. But for the present purposes, his suggestions on design are very good.
While reading this article, I am a little mixed. I have been hearing from many people to place the larger river rocks together, while this article states to place 1 larger rock on one side and another on the other side of the tank, with the main focul point (being my driftwood piece) staying put. What do you all think?
By the way I am referring to the 2 river rocks on the right side.
I am also thinking, I should scoot the driftwood piece a little closer to the center...but not much, thoughts?