Very nice tank!! Is that ludwigia cuba in the center?
It's actually L. Aromatica
Originally Posted by FlyingHellFish
What that pink plant in the middle? How did you get HC Cuba to grow on top of the driftwood? And is that gloss in the left?
L. Aromatica. The wood is sort of a hollow stump, early on I put a little aquasoil and a small piece of HC in there. The groundcover on the left is "mini-glosso" or Elatine Hydropiper.
I like the old look of your tank with all the different types of plants, but am alsointerested to see the direction your tank is going. The colors look great. Is this a RCS only tank?
Thanks! Yes, just RCS for right now, I'm planning on moving them out soon to a breeder tank in the garage.
That appears to be Limnophilia Aromatica
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What is the plant (maybe moss) that is on the wood? Is it Fissidens?
Love healthy plants - nice job
Yes, it is Fissidens. Thanks!
Thought not grown in all the way its still has a lot of beauty to it. At first glance the new set up reminds me of a cave burrowed into a lush hill (the wood arch acting as a hill(s)) from the angle of the photo. I'm sure a full frontal view (rather than slightly overhead view) would null that look, but either way the plants and placement look lovely ^^
Originally Posted by ThatGuyWithTheFish
I would suggest replacing the as on the right for sand. It seems that you won't be doing any planting on that side, given how thin it is.
I'm still kind of messing with that spot. I think you are right though, sand might be the way to go, especially considering the slow progress I'm having with the E. Hydropiper!