|12-11-2012 05:28 PM|
It would be helpful to know some spec of your tank if someone is going to be able to give you a truly useful piece of advice.
That being said, I have always liked the look of lilaeopsis brasiliensis (Brazilian Micro Sword). Take a look...
|12-11-2012 05:13 PM|
What to plant along with Anubias?
So, I have a 40g tank with a nice "hedgerow" of large Anubias (Barteri round leaf?) along the back. It's grown nice and large. All from one original plant that has been split numerous times. I would like something grassy or ground "covery" to go in the front, and was wondering what would go well in a tank where the Anubias is thriving. I have a little bit of long drift wood in the tank as well. So the Anubias in the back, the drift wood snaking through the middle, and I need something up front to really fill out the tank.
Any thoughts come to mind?