In case anyone is curious here is a list of the plants I currently have in there, in no particular order:
Peace Lily (Spathiphyllum)
Pothos (Epipremnum aureum)
Mosaic Plant (Fittonia)
Sweet Flag (Acorus gramineus)
Ribbon Fern (Pteris cretica)
Unknown Fern (bought directly from a store and forgot the Korean name)
Star Grass (Dichromena colorata)
Hairy Water Hyssop (Bacopa lanigera)
Prayer Plant (Maranta leuconeura)
I'm still looking for a few more low-medium height plants to add to the left side near the forked driftwood - suggestions are very welcome. There is a very very tiny Echinodorus scaber growing just to the right of the driftwood. It was just a bulb when I stuck it in there a few days ago and it has already sprouted 2 new leaves.
I also plan to add a good number of floating plants to the water section. I have plenty of frogbit, water lettuce and water sprite from my other tanks. Finally I would like to add some epiphytic ferns and/or orchids to the protruding driftwood. A few species I have in mind are Schoenorchis fragrans, Epidendrum nanodes porpax and Vanda coerulescens. I thought it'd be cool to plant some Phragmipedium directly in the box, but can't find any for sale in Korea. Once again, your suggestions are very, very welcome.
Lastly, does anyone have any experience with Basacote in their tanks? I want to add some time release fertilizers to the substrate but they don't sell Osmocote in Korea. Basacote seems like a pretty good alternative but I couldn't find very much useful information about it.
You are the second one I see in just about a week to acquire prayer plants.
Probably 'cause it looks so damn cool and supposedly can be grown in riparia
Curious to see how that turns out.