Aquarium Design Group: Progress in The U.S.A

It is a well-known fact among aquarists that aquascaping and planted aquariums in general are relatively unpopular in the United States. This might not be strange to us, but to the rest of the world, it really is. Aquatic plants, although they have grown by leaps and bounds for us in the last couple of years, the plant hobby is still relatively small when compared to other countries.

This slowness in the aquascaping and aquatic plant trades can be attributed to many things: the economy, the American mind-set, our culture, etc. But through all the lack of interest, there has been one U.S. based company that has been making a difference: Aquarium Design Group.


Aquarium Design Group (or ADG) is a Houston based professional aquarium installation service. It was founded by two brothers, Jeff and Mike Senske. Ever since the company has been on the cutting edge  and a source of inspiration for all hobbyists. They also are the main distributor of Aqua Design Amano goods in the States.

Their love for the hobby, especially aquascaping is apparent in all of their work. ADG’s newest push, has been ADG Vibe. ADG Vibe is Aquarium Design Group’s attempt to spread their information and passion for aquascaping and plants via online networking and social media. The ultimate goal of Vibe however is to expand the hobby.

If you haven’t already, take a look at ADG, especially their Youtube Channel and aquascaping portfolio. If you like what you see, give them a well deserved “like” on Facebook.

I have one message for ADG: More biotopes, please! (Because we all know how much of a sucker I am for biotopes).


About ripariumguy

I am a young, but avid aquarist that enjoys aquascaping and water changes, airsofting, walking the dog, first person shooters, football, TKD, and being a teenager.

Posted on November 20, 2011, in Hobby News and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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