So, this whole adventure started out because my daughter wanted a fish tank, and after several months, and lots and lots of reading and research we have a stable, cycled 10 gallon tank that houses a Betta and an African Dwarf Frog.
We have live plants in the tank, but I didn't read much about keeping live plants in an aquarium, so we went to several stores and just picked up some stuff we thought would look nice in the tank. Of course, I never considered any of the plants needs as far as water condition, fertilizers, lighting needs. Now, I'm not having any problems with the plants as of now.
I have a general idea of what most of the stuff is, but maybe could use some help identifying exactly what I have so I can better take care of it.
1) Anubius of some sort tied to a rock front left of the tank
2) Some sort of sword plant in the back (it came in a plastic tube on the shelf at Petco and has grown pretty substantially in the past month)
3)banana plants - they seem to make nice leaves, but the tubers always look so sickly (these were given to us for free from one of the stores because they weren't doing good in the tanks they had.
6)no idea what the big plant is front right.
Hood has 2 CFL 13W 6500k bulbs in it that run ~10 hours a day. Only stuff I use for the plants is Flourish.
I'm looking for ideas of what to add to the tank, or if you see some glaring problems point them out for me. We really appreciate the help.
Tank as it sits today.