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Smile Cole's attempt at a planted aquarium...

So I've always loved the planted and scaped tanks but have just recently become enthused enough to try one myself. My plants are just kind of a mess right now because I had no rhyme or reason to which ones I was going to buy... I just bought a bunch of them... I'm going to try a theme and also scaping my tank to be a lot prettier when I set up my 38 Gallon (which I just bought today <3) I just thought I'd post my attempt with my 20 gallon long before I post my larger, better, and planned one.
I also have some plants coming tomorrow that I ordered, I'm all too excited... I just looked for some plants that looked like good fillers and ended up ordering a bunch of Marsilea quadrifolia and Lilaeopsis novae-zelandiae.


Just a side note: I'm a gold-fisher... if you cant tell they're huge.. and my babies. They've TOTALLY outgrown that 20 long and just happened to do so when I decided that they need a MUCH prettier habitat! That being said, any suggestions or comments on how my tank looks, and how to make it better are very welcome!
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Break up the bunch plants, plant each stem. Maybe group up some of the bunch plants in one corner 1/2"-1" apart. Time, will fill in the rest of the plants.
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