Yes I have mentioned that a couple of posts before about leaving the left side with just glosso and no plants, its an idea and the triangle shape would look nice, would probably then have to get rid of the moss wall.aaronnorth said:how about leaving the left side freee and having a triangle? I think the B.monnieri needs a trim though.
I was meaning the almost grassy looking plant dead centreLondonDragon said:Thanks Steve, you mean the tall vertical plant? if so thats "Bacopa monnieri". It used to really struggle to grow and thought it was going to die off at one stage, but since moving to EI, its growing pretty fast for a slow growing plant. You can see the difference in the first two photos of the growth in one week.SteveUK said:That right hand side looks amazing You've got a great triangle effect going on from right to left. Works really well. What is the rush style plant in the middle?
Its about 6/7 together in a bunch, and from what I seen it can grow much bigger than that. Its been struggling a bit since I got it in my tank, but now that all the algae from the tank is gone lets hope it starts to get betterSteveUK said:Oh right, that looks huge! I thought Blyxia was smaller than that? Looks nice though
Thanks I cut it in a sloping way to see if it grows thicker at the top and look fuller than before.aaronnorth said:Wow
Looks great how you have trimmed the plants, especially the cabomba
Thanks I am going to redo the moss wall once again lol going to double its current size once more to cover the whole back, just waiting for the new mesh to arrive to get started on that.aaronnorth said:The moss wall is growing well, the right side is looking good - more rounded than usual aswell.