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  1. Default Thoughts on planting in my tank.


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    The plants I plan on using are Italian vals, Parviflorus swords, flame moss growing on bricks, Hygro. Corambosa and Bacopa Carolina. This will be a low tech medium light. Note: I drew these picture so they are not the best.
    Here is a top view of my idea for planting:
    Photo on 2013-05-13 at 20.29.jpg
    The relatively open area is the front, or the side you would view it from.
    In the area where the italian vals are there is a line in the middle of the bubble. This is where they would be planted up to. The very end of the bubble is how long I would let them get.

    Here is what it would look like from the front:
    Photo on 2013-05-13 at 20.30.jpg

    Any advice would be appreciated.

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    What size tank?

    Any thoughts of foreground plants?

    Some will chime in with suggestions.

    Look at some of the ADA setups, might get some ideas there.

    Jeff

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    It is a 55 gallon, I have to have some room in the the front for my L200 to move and turn around.

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    Should work. Personally I'd also put something on the driftwood and perhaps something very low right in front of it but that depends on the piece of wood.

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    why plant the flame moss on a brick, it attaches to driftwood just as easy if i remember correctly. besides that everything looks like its well planned out
    KING OF THE GOLD BARBS RAWR!!!!
    I wonder if i plant one of my tiger barbs would the demon seed grow to a full tree?
    gotta love them bunnies!
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