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Hey Dennis :)

What ya been smoking ? I want some too :lol:

I must confess im not a big fan of micro planted tanks (and yours is for sure one hehe), anyway i kinda liked the layout. Congrats
 

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Heh, nano tanks are great. Petco is having a sale on small tanks. This one can be picked up at any petco.
http://www.petco.com/product_info.a...ums+&+Furniture&ct2=Aquariums+-+Desk+Top&ct3=

The one linked above is slight bigger approx .66 gal vs 1 gal)than the Red Sea linked below.
http://www.petco.com/product_info.a...ums+&+Furniture&ct2=Aquariums+-+Desk+Top&ct3=

Apparently my local petco in is also clearancing the Red Sea one for $22.99. I'm going to go take a look at one tonight. Probably set it up when it gets a bit warmer. To think about it, my niece would love one for christmas. Heh.
 

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I've seen those at many LFS. Village even has them for mini reef. Totally awesome; just don't know if those coral or rocks will eventually outgrow the tanks. Nevertheless, they are super cool to look at. Maybe with a tank this small will give the reason to save those small coke bottles for CO2 injection :eek:



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I was passing a Pottery Barn 'flag ship' store in Manhattan (Broadway and the 60s) last week and saw several types of square and rectangular glass 'vases' they sell, all suitable for water gardens. Some are low, some tall sided. But they're interesting, arty receptacles for growing and the edges are rounded... I checked the PB web site but could not find them there though.

Andrew Cribb
 
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