Lennie Posted January 24 Share Posted January 24 Hey guys, I hope you are doing well! As maybe some of you have seen, I have been setting up a new tank, a 50x50cm cube. I've planted it to some extend with the following; On the wood: Java fern, Bucephalandra needle leaf, On middle to front side: Hygrophila difformis, Cryptocoryne beckettii, Cryptocoryne wendtii green, Hydrocotyle verticillata Background: Ludwigia ovalis (right side) Cardamine lyrata Vietnam (left side) My water parameters: around 7 gh, 20 kh, 8.2ph. Light and substrate: I have a high tech LED, and my substrate is Tropica Aquasoil No Co2 I wanna try new plants in this tank, and I already have amazon sword types, elodea anacharis, java moss, salvinia, Hygrophila polysperma Ceylon, dwarf lily, Limnophila Sessiliflora on my other tank. The plants I've failed to grow before in my water are: Cabomba and sp. japan. I think the locations I marked on the picture seems empty even considering everything will grow and cover those areas sometime later. I feel like adding more variety sounds cool, especially some colors, as it is mostly green plants. I wonder what would you guys suggest. I don't wanna add any moss to this one. Was planning to introduce a subwassertang, but it came in a really bad condition. Here is the picture of the tank and spots: I thought maybe I can train my extra Lily to stay low on pink circle. and Alternanthera reineckii mini on red part. No clue about the other spots. Many thanks in advance! P.s: ignore the airstone and heater, just there for circulation and keeping it at 24C for now. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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