Enjoy DOOA ‘Enjoy the nice appearance of Echinodorus with Neo Glass Air’

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The relatives of Echinodorus that develop large leaves have a strong presence in planted layouts and attract our attention with their charm. In this article, we would like to share with you some layout examples that simply bring out the shape of Echinodorus leaves. We recommend that you grow their leaves above the waterline, especially in the summer season when the water temperature rises.  Pick your favorite Echinodorus and enjoy its charm in the “Neo Glass” style.
A simple layout with a piece of Echinodorus grown underwater. You will be delighted with its charming, transparent submerged leaves.

DOOA Neo Glass Air W15×D15×H30 (cm)
DOOA Neo Glass Cover 15×15 (cm)
DOOA Tropical River Sand
Bottom Plus

Jungle Plant Echinodorus ‘Red Rubin’

Tanichthys albonubes
This layout looks as if it was taken directly from a natural habitat. Keep it in a location with plenty of sunlight and enjoy its wild appearance while dreaming of the Amazon rainforest of South America.

DOOA Neo Glass Air  W30×D18×H12 (cm)
Aqua Soil – Amazonia Ver. 2
Power Sand Basic S

Echinodorus cordifolius ‘Harbich Red’
Echinodorus opacus
BIO Mizukusa no Mori Echinodorus tenellus var. broad leaf
BIO Mizukusa no Mori Hydrocotyle verticillata
Jungle Plant Echinodorus argentinensis
Jungle Plant  Echinodorus ‘Arjuna’
An “ecotone” style, using Wabi-Kusa and Wabi-Kusa Hanger. The beauty of this layout is not only in the largely developed emersed leaves, but in the roots spreading  underwater.

DOOA Neo Glass Air W20×D20×H20 (cm)
DOOA Tropical River Sand
DOOA Wabi-Kusa Hanger M

Wabi-Kusa Echinodorus MIX

Oryzias sakaizumii