Wabi-kusa

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Example of a Wabi-kusa by Steven Chong

Wabi-kusa or planted tied moss ball is a style of aquascaping set out by Amano and his web site


It is a ball or small area of substrate covered with plants that lies in a corner of a tank. It may be partly submerged.

See his ADA Aqua Journal Vol. 137.

  • Wabi-kusa is a word by ADA. It's made up of the 2 characters "Wabi" which is a Japanese aesthetic sense based in simplicity (which is really difficult to express in english) and "Kusa" meaning "grass".


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Example of a Wabi-kusa by Steven Chong