Just finalising plans for the planted nano.
As of now, I’ve decided to put the moss wall on the backburner. The wall itself will take up about an inch of space, and the moss will grow maybe an inch or an inch and a half. That means a total loss of two and a half inches. The deepest the tank is is eight inches – which will leave a very narrow column of water in which my foreground plants can grow. Bung in some livestock, and you have a very congested space – not at all an ideal set up.
So, for now, I’m going to have Anubias nana and Java moss on four pieces of driftwood. I’ve finally settled on a spot for the tank, where it’ll get a little bit of sunlight in the morning and then not much after that. That should mean my photo-periods won’t be disrupted so much.
I’ll also try and get photos as I set up my tank, step by step.