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    SCAPE Member Just Planted Alaura0202's Avatar
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    Which scape?

    My 3 best scapes I have tried with this 15gal!
    When I actually set up the scape I will add more depth using the sand, I am just trying to figure out a basic idea.

    I have more rock and more Manzanita available if anyone else has any ideas. It will be stocked with a few fancy guppies.

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    SCAPE Member Just Planted Swank's Avatar
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    I'm a fan of the middle one. Would look nice with some moss on the branches

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    SCAPE Member SCAPEr aquamaniac's Avatar
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    I prefer the middle one as well. If it were me though I would add a third rock on the left corner and have all the manzanita branching out from behind rocks. The rock on the right is ok where there. Just my suggestions. Good luck and post your pics when you have it down.

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    SCAPE Member 1000 posts, Semi-Pro SCAPEr Bongox3's Avatar
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    The first two will look natural, which is always the way to go in my opinion... but it’s your scape, play with it and the one you like is the winner...

    There’s tons of guides on the net on techniques... here’s one:
    https://aquariuminfo.org

    Enjoy and happy holidays...

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    One thing you might try is using zipties to combine a couple smaller branches into a larger branch. You can make branches with more structure this way, which opens up possibilities.

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    SCAPE Member Sr. SCAPEr Shawn's Avatar
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    1 or 2 for me

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