Attend one of our fun & interactive aquascaping workshops and learn how to scape hands-ons.
"Without love for small life, we cannot communicate with Mother Nature."
Aquascaping is thought of as 'underwater gardening.' With many of Nature's principles applied in this craft of plants and natural material, it extends beyond being not only an art form but a recreation of what Mother Nature provided.
An Aquascaper's Art Essentials
Stones & Rocks
Stones & rocks make up one of the many choices out there for hardscape utilized in an aquascape. Often called the 'skeleton' of an aquascape, they add to the overall aesthetics that aquatic plants alone won't achieve.
Drfitwoods and twigs will often give your aquascape a mature look, especially when you have a part of the wood sticking out of the water surface.
Planted Aquarium Tools
Like any other artist, tools are needed to create their masterpieces. When it comes to the art of aquascaping, the right tools are needed to get the aquatic plants placed into hard to reach corners or to polish up a corner of substrate.