We are super excited about the newest additions to our store listings, rods and tackle in the Gyeonji Nearctic product line. Our catalog listings link from the Gyeonji Nearctic site...
Gyeonji is a centuries-old traditional Korean fishing technique that uses a very simple, but highly effective rod with an integrated rod-tip winder. Look around the Gyeonji Nearctic site for more details about this fascinating angling approach. Also visit the Gyeonji Nearctic YouTube channel and subscribe for video updates, including fun fishing action and how-to...
We are currently offering a promotion for Gyeonji Nearctic rods effective now through 30 November. Enter this coupon code at checkout to receive a 25% discount on item value...
Thanks for reading! Stay tuned for more new about Gyeonji Nearctic rod designs and fishing strategies.
I activated another coupon code. This one will give you a 25% break at checkout on the Aqua Verdi items only. So, use it for savings on the Aqua Verdi Riparium Planter, the Sunfish, the moss mounts and the filter. Here it is...
This coupon will remain in effect until midnight, July 31.
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We have produced a new video showing the Cricket Weeding Tool (an innovative new design from our sister brand, Moonwort Studio) in action. Watch it here on YouTube...
Burdock and other big, coarse weeds can often be controlled if chopped as they begin active new growth in late spring and before flowering.
Our latest coupon code is still in effect. Enter at checkout for a 15% discount on the Cricket Weeding Tool and other items in our Dry Goods Collection...
We will produce more videos and other information on using the Cricket Weeding Tool for control of invasives such as garlic mustard, buckthorn and spotted knapweed in forests, woodlands and prairies. Stay tuned!
The latest Aqua Verdi/Riparium Supply/Selva Terrarium coupon code is still in effect. Enter at checkout for a 15% break on everything in our Dry Goods Collection...
We were delighted to see pictures of this freshly-planted 20-gallon long setup built by one of our customers, Joseph Goggans, as a riparium/paludarium hybrid. While it still needs to grow in, the thoughtful combination of fine-textured mosses with larger plants, natural substrates and hardscape features has already created a convincing streambank environment.
Below, the established tank that provided most of the smaller foliage for this new setup.
Mini semi-aquatic plants (Ludwigia, Cryptocoryne, Rotala & mosses) along with a few epiphytes (Hoya, Peperomia & Ficus) were transplanted onto the stone and driftwood surfaces from a smaller (12" X 12" x 12"), display and combined with riparium plants (Acorus, Colocasia & Ruellia) in riparium planters. We have seen several enthusiasts use this strategy to good effect. The riparium planters provide a sturdy way to position taller background foliage for smaller plants growing on hardscape in the layout midground.
Below, a work in progress with most of the hardscape and sand substrate in place.
A pair of pendant par-base LED lamps illuminate the display. Natural fine sand substrate along with natural fallen leaf litter and tree seed pods provide the beautiful finishing touches.
We look forward to updates, including livestock selection, as this setup grows in. Thank you Joseph for sharing!