• From Balconies...
    From Balconies... Urban centers are not all smog and concrete. We'll show you how to add a little green to your balcony and indoor space, with minimal maintenance and little cost.
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    To Backyards Whether you have a small plot of soil or acres of land, join our community and learn to make the most of your space.
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    From Aquascaping... Are you the hobby aquarists, the avid aquascaper? Come find and share inspiration for your next planted aquarium or pond.
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    To Landscaping Flower gardens, rocks gardens, or rolling hills of magnolia? Join our community today and share ideas for your next project.
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    From Tiny Seeds... Have a brown thumb, no idea where to start? Come share in our collective knowledge and learn to start your first garden.
  • To Mighty Trees
    To Mighty Trees Are you the landscaping guru, the master gardener? Come share your knowledge and make your neighborhood a little greener.

Welcome to Planted Space, a new and growing community of gardeners, horticulturalists, and aquascapers from around the world. Whether you're the casual home gardener, the landscaping designer, the vivarium zookeeper, or just looking to add a little green to your space, you will find plenty of information and inspiration on this site.  

At Planted Space, we hope to inspire by example. Our plants are organized by the space, e.g. an indoor living room, an outdoor flower garden, or an aquarium tank.  Each week, we feature a "Planted Space," and show you how to design, set up, and maintain your planted spaces. Be sure to subscribe to our latest articles by RSS.

To make the most out of Planted Space, please join our community and share your planted spaces with the rest us. Our featured spaces are often selected from fellow members' photo journals right here in the forums. So stop by and create a journal thread of your own to document your progress, ask questions, and get feedback!

aphid controlRed ones, yellow ones, green ones.  There are over 250 species of these soft bodied insects that reproduce rapidly and asexually.  An army of aphids can weaken if not kill your plants.  

There are countless insectides, poisonous and organic for control; others recommend diatomaceous earth, lady bugs, and herbal repellants.  Only the poisonous ones really seem to work, but that renders my plants inedible, and shortens my life span.  The others, depends on your garden conditions.  Let's run down through my list of successes and failures:

Wednesday, 04 April 2012 04:21

20g Aquatic "Rainforest" on a Dime

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20 gallon planted aquarium rain forestDubbed a mini "rain forest" by friends coming into the apartment, epiphyte's planted aquarium rainforest nestles into the far corner of a small living room.  

The area started with a 20 gallon aquarium tank on top of 2 Ikea tables, then expanded to a hodge-podge of random plants after purchasing a cheap grow light to use in place of a more expensive aquarium light.  More plants soon followed.
 
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