Alright, this might seem a bit weird since the plants are plainly listed on the page, but something might be wrong http://www.aquaticplantcentral.com/c...owentry&id=103
I went through each of the plants listed, on 2 different sites, and could not find any the looked like the particular plant I want to know. So :-/ Help!!!
I'm looking for the common name of the main background plant, the one that is actually creating the "V"
I saw this picture and immediately this has become my inspiration for my first planted tank. I absolutely fell in love with it.
So now for my Aquascape plan, tell me how you all would think about this:
I was thinking about using a dense forest of Anacharis as the "V" plant in the back. Then for a midground I was thinking of some sort of Java Fern, or broad leafed plant. Maybe even a Radican Marble Queen. Add in a Rotala Magenta for a bit of colour in the focal point (using golden ratio) And for the Foreground, either an Anubias nana barrier between the beach and the plants, or perhaps Dwarf Hairgrass.
My tank is going to be 37 gallon. I forget the exact measurements, but it's got the same footprint of a 29 gallon, just 22 inches high instead of 18 inches. So this will give me a bit of height to create the tall illusion using the anacharis. So what do you all think?
It will have 130W of light, with pressurised CO2, and either the Fluval 204 or the Eheim Classic. Substrate will be 100% Eco-Complete, with maybe the CaribSea Aquarium Sand that PetsMart sells as the beach. Dosing will be EI perhaps, and on a regular schedule, so I'm assuming these plants should be able to flourish in my set up. What are your thoughts?