I have a shipment of bucephalandra arriving in a week or two. Around half os a kg of various species. I do not wish to make a scape with them but rather simply farm them perhaps for resale or even maybe simply exchange. The point is to propagate them and share it with others. Nothing serious really but wish them to grow a decent rate (yes I know buce grows very slow). The point is I just want to avoid adding on myself more work than necessary which is what will happen if I do a scape with them. So here are my constraints. I only have a 60cm tank available. I also have an outdoor patio but really not much space outside. I also live in Thailand so temperatures here can get high. Lately reaching 36°C (96.8°F) in the shade. Ambient humidity is around 50% to 60%. How would you guys recommend I set things up? Use that tank or something else? Grow them emerged or submerged? I am open to any suggestions even if that involves not using that 60cm thank. I just want to keep it simple and low maintenance where possible. Here is a quick video on my place and available space. Outdoor: the space you see on the left when passing the house gate is the parking for the car so I can't use that space. Only available space would be where you see the round terracotta pond with plants and small fishes. Indoor: The 60cm tank I am talking about is the one on the left after entering the home door next to the Buddha head. Any specifics you can share would be appreciated. I need ideas as I can't get my head around on how to do this the most efficient way possible. Thanks in advance for your contribution.