I don't think I can ever get tired of seeing hygrophila pinnatifida in an aquascape. Nice work! Don't think I would be mad coming home to seeing that everyday.
Thanks! It's such an interesting plant. It just needed its own space to spread out into. I've also got some hygrophila araguaia in there an love it as well. It's turning into a ground cover around the base of the island pretty much on its own.I don't think I can ever get tired of seeing hygrophila pinnatifida in an aquascape. Nice work! Don't think I would be mad coming home to seeing that everyday.
thank you. the substrate has been a bit of a struggle... started with sand, but it got too junky looking. settling into a mix of sand and gravel. getting closer!Beauty! Love the choice of substrate and keeping the focus on the pinnatifida. Looks straight out of it's natural habitat in India.
thank you!Beautiful! You have every right to be proud,
Question. I was going to add some hygrophila pinnatifida to my tank to replace a "Little Shop of Horrors" giant sword plant but was concerned about its tendency to spread too quickly and thus need a lot of trimming.
How much trimming are you needing to do?