I decided to put an effort into properly scaping my 10 gallon planted tank. It's sitting in my bedroom and really should look nice so my girlfriend doesn't get too upset with my hobby.
Obviously, I just rescaped a number of plants in this tank so it looks a little bare right now. I hope the foreground will fill nicely with the Glosso and Lilaeopsis. On the right, I would like to keep the Pearlweed fairly low, so the Limnophila will show up above it. The Samolus will idealy form a slope growing from small in the front to large in the back. And the Alternanthera needs to fill in the rest of the space.
I'm a little unsure of what to do with the wood. It looks great in person, but just shows up as a dark spot in the picture. Maybe I could attach a few tiny ferns at the bottom of the wood as well.
If you have any ideas or critique of the tank, please share. Thanks... mario
The tank is planted with:
Vallisneria spiralis (small form)
The inhabitants are:
2 Crossocheilus siamensis (juvenile)
1 Otocinclus affinis
10 gallon All Glass tank
approx 50 watts of CF light
50 watt heater
4l DIY yeast injection
Red Flint Gravel mixed with Flourite