hooha said:photobucket appears to be down so I can't see the pics right now - but for the Hygro'Kompact' you can consider a darker-leaved Anubias - like coffeefolia.....
I like it! now i just hope someone brings some to the swap, Im so impatient when it comes to anubias.8-[ Always staring at them wishing they would grow faster.You've really packed in the plants for the swap haven't you? I've been doing the same in my tanks, not very pretty but it's not for long.
I think you could use a large leafed plant to contrast with the delicate leaves on the left. If you go with Anubias coffeefolia on the right, how about Anubias minima on the left? It doesn't seem to get too big and it has a nice upright pointed leaf that would fit in nicely as a mid-ground plant between the blyxa and background stems. Your wood wouldn't seem so lonely then, too. Have you thought about adding a bit of color or is it just not showing up in your pics?
You have rocks in there? Unless you plan on attaching anubias to them, they're just taking up valuable planting space so you might as well remove them.
As for the afore mentioned color in my tank. GRRRRRRRRRRR I am trying! I have the hygro bold in the middle back right has great color but slow growing for me, to the left of that is the Limnophila sp. 'Mini' that has just started to get going but has lost all color(needs more iron?)(. left of that is Pogostemon stellatus that is growing like a weed BUT has lost its beautiful color it had when i got it from aquabotanic.com (i guess for this i need to lean a macro fert.) To the left of that is my hygro sunset it gets some nice color near the tops sadly this is the part i trim the most LOL so its normally green. The problem is i have picky plants and im scared to mess with their ferts LOL. "if it ain't broke....." I want the color but im not sure how to adjust the ferts to what the plants want. I really can use some help on this. I think i will make a post and see what people say.