Green Leaf Aquariums Newsletter – Issue 3 – January 2011

Happy New Year! We are excited about 2011 and would like to wish all of our friends and customers the very best in the new year. We hope that everyone is staying warm in these winter months, and hope that your aquariums are thriving and full of color and life.

Thank you for supporting our store. To show our appreciation, we would like to give you a choice of one of our special offers on your next purchase. Please continue below for details.

DRIFTWOOD

In case you haven’t heard, we just added a masterpiece selection of Manzanita driftwood. Each piece is unique, one-of-a-kind…and thoughtfully hand-selected, from the high altitude regions of the Sierra mountains, for use as aquascaping pieces and centerpieces in your planted tank.

Check out our Manzanita selection to pick your favorite piece while the picking is good. We offer a range of sizes, from small to extra-large. If you would like a size, style, or collection of driftwood that you do not see pictured on our website, then please contact us to inquire if we can meet your specifications.

Rimless Aquarium 30-C

Our 30-C Rimless Aquarium now features super clear glass. It has been reinvented with extremely low iron content for a – crystal clear appearance – a higher visibility and clarity in the glass panels, and crystal clear edges. The presence of iron in the glass normally creates a faint greenish hue – no longer present in this low-iron tank.

This 7.5 gallon rimless tank features 5mm thick glass panels for increased strength. Manufactured with a specially formulated German-made silicone that bonds the glass together with extreme strength and clarity. Tank dimensions: 30 x 30 x 30cm (12 x 12 x 12in).

Aquarium Cabinets

We are excited to release our new line of aquarium cabinets, the perfect fit for your rimless tank. Made of hardwood elm, these cabinets are sanded smooth and ready for your choice of stain to fit your style. The modern, clean appearance compliments and fits seamlessly with our rimless tanks, creating the perfect combination for your planted tank setup.

Check out our complete rimless aquarium series from 7.5 to 48 gallons. Complete the setup with one of our modern Elm aquarium cabinets to match.

CO2 Diffusers

In-line or in-tank, our new series of atomic CO2 diffusers feature the world’s finest and highest CO2 diffusion rate. Available in a range of sizes, these atomic diffusers create an unbelievably super fine mist of CO2 bubbles. With a bubble size of less than 0.1mmin diameter, the CO2 diffused is capable of 100% dissolution in the aquarium water.

These revolutionary diffusers are selling fast! We are doing our best to keep them in-stock so that everyone can enjoy the benefits of super CO2 diffusion. Get yours today!

The AZOO MAX Series just arrived, offering well balanced nutrition for all life stages and enhanced benefits for Crystal Red and small ornamental Shrimp. Rich in spirulina, shrimp meal, kelp and lecithin, the AZOO series is formulated to be high-quality stable food to enhance body color without clouding the tank water.

The AZOO Max Breed is specifically formulated for the promotion of egg laying. AZOO Max Growth – for the promotion of shrimp growth, enhancement of body color and shedding stimulation for growth.

Industry News
A collection featuring several live and mature aquascapes were displayed at an art gallery, for the first time in the UK. The four day exhibit featured creative, masterpiece aquascapes by aquascaping artists, and Practical Fish Keeping – PFK – contributors, George Farmer, Graeme Edwards and James Starr-Marshall. Check out the video on our blog and read the article on the exhibition written by James Starr-Marshall.

Practical Fish Keeping – PFK – Aquascaping Art Exhibition

A collection featuring several live and mature aquascapes were displayed at an art gallery, for theĀ first time in the UK. The four day exhibit featured aquariums by aquascaping artists, and PFK contributors, George Farmer, Graeme Edwards and James Starr-Marshall. Check out the video below and read the article on the exhibition written by James Starr-Marshall.