1. HC 'Cuba' - Lovely plant, a colossal maintenance nightmare. It looks like a small hill in front the stone, this is another section that has decided to float up. The other section is where the Blyxa is now.
2. The Blyxa. Originally it was in the back of the tank, with my old lights. Now that I am running my AI Prime Freshwater I have a feeling it could do with being moved back again
3. Staurogyne repens. I love the look of this plant. It has grown (and been trimmed) to show what it is today. I was considering letting it grow to the front of the wood piece as well, moving the Blyxa somewhere else.
4. Alternanthera reineckii 'rosefoilia'. Believe it or not, I picked it up at Petsmart for almost next to nothing. This is 3 weeks in and already it's a different plant.
Here is the dilemma, wonderful tank, no so much floor space. I been doing pretty good but I am feeling something is amiss. Each time I look at, I keep feeling that things should be changed around.
I was thinking of moving the Blyxa back to the back (now that the light coverage is incredible, thanks AI Prime!), Staurogyne mound on the left, moved to the front where the Blyxa currently is and moving the Alternanthera to the side and keeping it trimmed low.
Sound like a good plan or am I missing something? Oh, the HC 'Cuba', I believe it's days are numbered, I am thinking of Eleocharis sp. 'mini' in it's place. While it's a great plant, the maintenance is just insane and parts keep floating up. Sigh.