Paul’s 90G Updated Aquascape

March 23rd, 2010

Last fall, a couple GWAPA members got together at Paul’s house to help him aquascape his 90G aquarium. To remind you, just after planting, the new aquascape looked like this below. Obviously, the initial planting did not feature many stems in the background.

Paul's 90G - Aquascape Just Planted

Just after planting...

Now, several month later, the tank has really grown in. Paul made a few minor adjustments to the original placement of the wood in the aquarium, which I think now looks better than one day one. The foreground is growing in very nicely, and the Sagittaria subulata in the middle background is adding a very nice jungle look. The Cryptocoryne looks especially healthy in this aquarium.

Paul's 90G Aquarium


I think the hardscape, foreground, and mid-ground look pretty good. The background looks good, but I probably took the picture about a week past its prime. I think that when Paul trims the stem plants, and they grow back up to about 3-4 inches above the tallest rock, it’ll be perfect. What does everyone else think of this aquascape? I will pass any comments onto Paul…

3 Responses to “Paul’s 90G Updated Aquascape”

  1. Ghazanfar Ghori Says:

    I agree – trimming needs a little work, but overall very nice! Two good trims and the background plants should fill in completely.

  2. Paul Says:

    Coming from Ghazanfar, that’s a huge compliment! Thanks!!!

  3. Phillip Brown Says:

    Really good.

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