| | Re: Low light plants for beginner: 36 gallon
I went to the best LFS around (drove for almost an hour) to get some plants, the guy there told me that corkscrew vals would be good in low light so I went with those, I got 15 of them and planted them along the back wall of my aquarium. I know that they traditionally need higher lighting than I have, although I am hoping to over compensate my ferting them with seachem flourish tabs.
I'm going to let them grow for a little while, when the driftwood arrives I'll go ahead and put the moss on it, but I'm going to wait to get the java ferns, and crypts
@ davemonkey: Could I plant the anubias nana in the foreground, because I planned on using all of my driftwood to plant my midground plants. If not are there any good small plants that will root in the ground. Keep in mind I am already using root tabs.