Rotala Sunset. Currently in a rebuilding phase. This is 3 main stems, tallest one is about 16". Probably next WC will cut them apart and make a nice group
Staurogyne 'purple' on the right, Pogosteman erectus in back
Ammania sp bonsai. Will expand this group pretty soon, have a lot more growing out in the 50
AR mini 'variegated', Downoi, Lagenandra meeeboldi 'red round', Erio vietnam, Proserpinaca palustris (mermaid weed)
Left to right: Isoetes lacustris, Rotala macaranda 'variegated', Oldenlandia salzmannii, Acmella repens
Trying to figure out a way to snake the Ludwigia red more front to back, and keep it low. Right now is just a sideways cluster.
Willow moss sp gigantea on the smaller log, Pogosteman kimberly in back middle, Floscopa scandens to the left
Changed the original Buces on the log. The other ones were smaller leaved greens and they werent doing so well. May need more traces, idk. Reason I liked them is because they bloomed profusely in the 75. Digging the red stems on these though, and the leaves I think are a better contrast. Gonna give them a month or two and see how it goes
Other thoughts: Reduce the Staurogyne repens and shape it up differently. Currently just a big oval with no personality. Same goes for the Monte carlo in front of the log.
Bring the Stauro purple on down to the left in a bigger group