DOOA STYLE #2 Small container that you can still have fun creating layouts with

kota IwahoriKota Iwahori
A theme of this layout created in the Glass Pot MARU is to express a wide world in a small container. The reason why the substrate has differences in elevation is because it is a method to create an extension of the world that cannot contained inside the container to the outside. The main aquatic plant, Utricularia graminifolia develops slightly thinner leaves in a humid environment. But it spreads a fluffy carpet just like underwater. The way it develops flowers in pale lavender never ceases to amaze me. Why don’t you create your own world in a Glass Pot MARU?
DOOA Glass Pot MARU Ø95×H146(mm)
DOOA Tropical River Sand
Manten Stone

BIO Mizukusa no Mori Utricularia graminifolia
Wabi-Kusa Mat Taxiphyllum sp. ‘Peacock Moss’
Drosera rotundifolia

Creator/ Kota Iwahori
Drosera rotundifolia is a great key point. Although Drosera is considered to grow in wetlands, some of the rosette type Drosera often grow naturally on wet cliffs with mosses.