Photo #2 - Fully Planted Tank All Plastic Plants

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Country: Australia
Description: 4ft tank lighting 2 x 48 inch sylvania grow tubes, filtration undergravel filter
Advice: Be willing to take advise because u can never learn enough
Fish Kept: platties pearl gouramis
Corals/Plants: All plastic plants
Tank Size: 52 gallons
Quote: Go round
About Yourself: Started out breeding livebearers now going into planted tanks this was first one with plastics real plants next project.

COMMENTS

Hi, like the others I'd like to know where you found these plastics. thanks. i'm in Perth. fish avatar
i have fake plant that look real in some of my tank but this is real awesome. everyone has asked where did you get the plant. plz say where! fish avatar
mindblowing but made a fuss by using that much plastic fish avatar
NICE! Thats all i know 2 say.Real nice arangement with your plants. fish avatar
Nice arrangement! It's so lush and inviting, it makes me wish I were a fish. fish avatar
are those silk or plastic plants? fish avatar
ur tank iz so good that I cant discribe it fish avatar
Hello Fellow Australian. We are in Perth and would really love to know where you purchased your plants. Hard to believe they are not real. fish avatar
where did you get your plants - I have not seen these types in the pet stores? fish avatar

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