Originally Posted by Geniusdudekiran
I like it. LOVE the dwarf sag. But you really need a filler plant in the back, like cabomba or rotala rotundifolia to make the tank look lush and fuller.
There are several stems of R. roundiflora and L. Arcuata in the back. They were clippings from the orginal plants so they're still a bit short. And the circular shape kinda hides them as well... their is also a stem of wisteria in there.
They'll fill in in time