Planted Tank Guru
Join Date: Mar 2006
Location: Indianapolis, IN
I agree Robert, good suggestion!
You may also try Bacopa caroliniana which has a similar shape but grows a bit faster. Hygrophila difformis would also nicely set off and separate those two plants, but again, it grows pretty fast. You could also do something COMPLETELY different and go with Hygrophila corymbosa v. "Angustifolia" (or H. angustifolia). It has broader, very very long leaves - a very unique shape.
I have stems of all of these if you need a start.
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