I still haven’t gotten the last three plants in the plant wall. <sigh> Maybe I can get two of them in today. Everything’s mega-healthy, growing and half of the bloomy stuff is doing just that.
Wadly noticed one of his fish bouncing off a rock on the bottom. That translates to parasite issues with his tank. Monday he dosed his tank with a parasitic that contains sodium chloride (salt). It will be interesting to see how the wall handles an increase in the salt content of the water. He’ll have to dose the tank two more times to ensure full treatment. He’ll empty 25% of the tank water before each of the two additional treatments. That should keep the salt content to a reasonable level so it doesn’t impact the wall plants <fingers crossed>.
The wall gutter makes treatment so easy. Wadly put the granulated prep around the overflow pipe in the gutter. The water flowing through the wall and into the gutter dissolved the granules and carried the treated water down into the tank.
Currently I have blossoms on two begonias (one white, one pink) and the gloxinia and buds on the Cape Primrose and Christmas cactus. We’ll see how everything survives treating the fish.