It has been our pleasure providing a physical space for aquascaping goods and advice for the past 11 years since our beginning back in 2007. The Green Machine shop has been a real adventure for all involved but it’s placement in North Wales has not been easy for all of our clients and fans to…
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In this article you’ll find a photo and video step-by-step tutorial for a shallow format aquascape, along with a setup specification detailing all of the aquarium plants, hardscape and equipment used to create it. You can follow links to each of the items and if you like you can buy them- we can ship worldwide.…
Here is the second photo of James’ latest shallow Nature Aquarium layout which he has titled ‘Simplicity’. More photos and an in-depth how-to video and article will be published soon. Feel free to use the comments section below to ask any questions you’d like us to answer in the video or article.
ADA Aqua Soil Amazonia (9 Litre)£27.95 Add to basket
The Book of ADA & Catalogue (Downloadable PDF)£0 Add to basket
Eleocharis sp. ‘mini’ Tropica 1-2-Grow£5.50 Add to basket
Seiryu Stone (Per Kg)Sale!
£6.89Add to basket
TGM Substrate SupportsSale!
£6.95Add to basket
ADA Aqua Soil Powder Amazonia (9 Litre)£39.95 Add to basket
Micranthemum ‘Monte Carlo’ Tropica 1-2-Grow£5.50 Add to basket
Alternanthera reineckii ‘Mini’ Tropica 1-2-Grow£5.50 Add to basket
Eleocharis parvula£5.99 Add to basket
Dragon Stone (Per Kg)Sale!
£6.08Add to basket
TGM Substrate Supports (
reviewed by James Findley
To my mind these are indipensible in creating a planted tankView this product →
If using stones to support substrate the planting area is compromised and the use of too much stone can appear to be excessive
The small surface area of the supports (about 3mm) in no way compromises either the planting area or the artistic vision for the tank
As allways the most simple of things proves to be one of the most effective