Not to dispair! I'll have more later. They just keep sending out runners. I have a madagascar lace plant in my tank now. Once it gets way to big for me I'll have to shoot you a pm. Your tank would be perfect.... That's what I have to do. Use them until they are too big and then trade them out for a smaller one!Thanks Tex Gal. Now you can see why I will miss that Crypto. crispatulae...
Yeah, I have a bunch of Anubias nana petite waiting already sometime to be attached to something. I would like to have some Fissidens fontanus and Susswassertang along and I'm watching for any dwarf Needlepoint Java fern showing up for sale. The rest is still very much up in the air, and I'm planing a trip to Tampa to Aqua Plant Depot to buy some plants there.Yep, 2nd one is much better. I'd move the smaller piece of wood further over into the corner of the tank up against the glass. It looks a bit too close to the other one.
Possibly even rotate the wood so that the horns are lying along the gravel. I've found when using wood it is best if the pointy parts go downwards or alongside the gravel rather than point up. It makes them look more like roots that have grown into the substrate rather than a spiky mass.
What plants are you going to put in there? I bet this tank would look great with anubias nana petite all over the wood!
To me, three or five pieces would seem much more natural and less "forced". The visual battle between the two very strong pieces needs something to balance it out. These are fabulous pieces though and they'll bring a lot of character to the setup.