MattFounder and Easy Aquascaper
up my first tropical aquarium, it didn't take long before
I tried live plants. Unfortunately, all but one died...
I soon learn about fertilisation and CO2.
I was scared off CO2 by the complexity and expense,
and tried but failed to understand the 'Estimative Index'.
I settled on a micronutrient mix, which meant some plants
started to last longer before withering... I wasn't having
much luck...I then stumbled across aquascaping. I found
it awe-inspiring. I went off to buy wood and rocks to start
experimenting, these at least I couldn't kill! I tried to
follow the 'rule of thirds' but couldn't make anything look
right... I decided to try a simpler approach and finally
I had something I could be proud of - the scape at the top
of this page. However, getting to this point had taken years,
and even then my plants were far from thriving.In the
years that followed, I tried liquid CO2, but
just ended up with unhappy fish... I tried root tabs, they
were OK... I upgraded my lights... that made a difference...
I eventually formulated the
which I still use today, and are designed to give maximum
results with minimum effort.
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Here at ScapeEasy we're really passionate
about two things... keeping it easy, and getting people aquascaping.
So when people reach out to us to help with the aquascaping of their
tanks, we're more than happy to help.We use an online portal
to work with our clients so we can share photos, planting layouts,
and give detailed advice on hardscape placement etc.You
can see photos of our work above, and there are examples of the
e-Aquascaping process below. You can also view testimonials from our
If you're interested
in us helping you e-Aquascape your own tank or would like to use
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