My 37 gallon tank was getting really overgrown so I decided it was time to cut back the Bocapa and Wisteria. I ended up with enough trimmings that I was able to fill out my 55 gallon Angel tank quite nicely. I also moved a java fern and anubias nana from the other tank as they were just getting lost in the tank. They have been in the tank for about a week and seem to be doing well. This is a well established 10+ years tank. It uses just regular pea gravel substrate and no CO2. My Dojo loach was having fun when I first put the plants in uprooting them any chance he would get. I would get the plants in the substrate and an hour later I would look and half of them would be floating on the surface with the loach just chilling in them I have them tied to rocks now so he shouldn't be able to uproot them anymore. He still likes to sit in them though. I'm actually surprised to see a lot of new growth on the Bocapa after being in the tank for a week. Anyway here are some pics. Don't mind the algae its due for a scrub. Always a fight in this tank. Tell me what you think and suggestions are always welcome.
Before (aprox 1 month ago)
Wisteria hides that ugly bubbler that never wants to lay flat.