03-30-2006, 06:45 AM
Join Date: Nov 2005
Location: North Carolina
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Well, I was going to suggest HM but since that's your midground there's green rotala which should blend into the HM well enough as they appear similar in size shape and color...similar. Perhaps like an older brother.
There is also rotala sp. "mini" although you would need a lot of it.
And, of course, hairgrasses, although dwarf hairgrass may not grow tall enough, depending on your tastes.
Whether or not any of these plants fit your asthetic needs is up you but they should all be functional and scale properly to the size of the tank. Of the three, only rotala sp. "mini" has any hint of red. That being the magenta coloration on the underside of the leaves. In large quantities this could well enough give a red presence or at least enough color to break up all that green. I would say it's roughly 70% green and 30% bright pink/red when looking at it.
Last edited by random_alias; 03-30-2006 at 06:51 AM..