Ok, I've figured out how to post pictures in threads, so I can proceed with the rest of this.
I recently rescaped this tank and am waiting for things to grow in. There are a few areas that I haven't found the final arrangements for yet.
Ludwigia inclinata var. verticillata 'Cuba'
Eleocharis parvulus (parvula?)
Eleocharis sp. taller hairgrass to left of brevipes - collected locally
Cryptocoryne albida (will probably be removed)
Cryptocoryne x willisii (not visible - will be moved to another tank)
Cryptocoryne walkeri (not sure about this one)
Microsorum pteropus 'Philippine'
Microsorum pteropus 'Tropica'
Hygrophila polysperma 'Ceylon'
two leaf Hemianthus
Obviously, that's way too many species, but it's better than it was. The albida is probably going to go. It stays alive and grows healthy roots, but older leaves die prematurely. The x willissii will go into another tank most likley.
I'm trying to figure out what I'll be using to the right of the heferi. It will be either the Ammania latifolia or the Saururus chinensis. I'm letting them both grow in for now. In any case, I'd like to keep both species in there somewhere. I have also considered putting a green lotus in that spot. It probably wouldn't stay small enough though.
Another area is the back right corner. It's a total mess for now. I'm not yet sure if the section on the right side should be as tall as the left or stay shorter. I've considered using the undulatus there or the Philippine when it grows in. Or even another helferi.
Any feedback is appreciated, particularly regarding the rock arrangement or those two particular areas. I have a bunch of thing driftwood branches I could use, but at this point, I think I may save them for another tank to avoid too much clutter.
The Cuba was just pruned the other day, so it will have more height in a bit.
The third rock from the left hasn't been in there as long and hasn't aged yet. Please see my personal album for more photos.