Join Date: May 2009
Location: Farmingdale, NY
that piece of driftwood is really amazing. i have a 29 gallon too so its really cool seeing what other people are able to do with them and get more ideas. on your key it says that you're going to put the bronze crypt. on the driftwood? unless there's a space in between that i don't see, you're going to have to plant it into the gravel. also, i think for your tank, you should put most of the tabs by the crypt.'s, four leaf clovers, and moneywort. everything else are very easy plants to grow and don't require very much to be successful. oh, make sure that when you plant your anubias and java ferns, keep the rhizome(thing on the bottom where all the leaves come out of) out of the gravel or tie them down to the driftwood. if the rhizome doesn't get light, the plant will eventually die. i see a lot of potential with this tank and i'm definitely going to check this again from time to time. good luck!
edit: you can also buy seachem flourish, trace, and iron if you want to help you with fertilizing if you are having trouble with the root tabs.