I just did a bunch of work on the tanks. In this tank I planted about half of the Blyxa japonica, Ludwigia glandulosa, and Cabomba carolinae. I was shocked to find that the new hygrophilia has tripled the size of its roots over the past 48 hours. I found evidence of a Calcium deficiency on the Hygro leaves, most of the other plants haven't shown these signs yet, only the really fast growers, so i'm hoping I can get this under control before it becomes a serious problem. I dosed a double dose of flourish comprehensive which says on the back it contains 0.14% calcium. That should at least help. I changed the scape just a little bit and tied the mother anubias and several of its babies using both string and rubber bands. I tore out the baby amazon sword to make more room for the stem plants. You can't even see the stem plants very well but i'm hoping they will fill in over time. I have a shipment coming in tomorrow from usps off AquaBid, I think this shipment should be my floater package.