Themuleous said:HC would be ideal as you say, but that's if you can get it! What about ebay?
http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Live-Aquarium-Pla ... .m20.l1116
Carpet of HC leading down to the sea, with either hairgrass highlights around the rocks and/or moss to create small bushes.
Ed Seeley said:If you fancy trying a group of stem plants in there I have one that would match the scale and give you some vertical lines. It's Rotala sp.'Mini' though I bought it as 'Pearl'. It's barely growing in my tank, even though everything else is going nuts! I'd say the leaves are about 3mm long at the most and it grows stright up. I could spare you a few (6+) stems to try if you want?
Garuf said:How's it coming on planter? Any modifications to speak of?
George Farmer said:I never grow tired of seeing oxygen bubbles... Nice one!
The scape is coming along nicely BTW.
What's going between the smaller rocks next to the sand and the Riccia?
planter said:Just a quickie post to say thanks to Ed for the plants, recieved today. will post a pic as soon as get the chance, Noticed a little algae this evening when i got home from work so a quick water change is called for.
Thanks again Ed.
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