I'm still somewhat new to the plant gig, only being in it for a little less than a year. I am still at the low-tech stage....low light, no CO2, osmocote+ only for ferts and pea sized gravel. BUT, I have to say I am doing a pretty good job and I'm looking forward to getting into higher tech at some point.
That being said, my favorites so far are hygro augustifolia, hygro kompacta and my anubias coffeefolia. Love the look of these three, especially the coffeefolia. I have it tied to a nice, dark piece of driftwood. The deep green, textured leaves really make it stand out.
I can see the hygro tropica becoming my favorite real soon. Albert, you weren't kidding when you said that I'd have a bush in 2 weeks. The cuttings you gave me....well, I planted them in the gravel and they've grown close to an inch already! It's been less than a week!!!! And they are holding their reddish tint. I thought they might lose it because of the low light. I guess not....
Thanks again for those, Albert. I'm real happy with them.