new plants, eriocaulon quinquangulare, synoganthus rio negro giant, cuphea anagaloidea, bacopa salzmanii. layout is temporary i need ideas haha. many thanks to macek.g for the plants. A plus seller all arrived perfectly with extras as well.
yes, i should've gone with macrocaulon. but i like the look, and if it becomes too big can always swap and sell.nice. but the Giant Syntho would be a bit big (width of crown) for your tank compared to Lago Grande or Macrocaulon?
2hr aquarist just released an article of B. Salzmannii, now I know there are 2 types, the green type that has a red/purplish tinge and the deep red/purple type. I think I'll start hunting for the deep red/purple type since it does not appear to require any special water parameters.... seems to cost like 16x more than the regular green ones though...
Gsa is usually from excess organics in my case, i vacuum out the substrate and clean the filter as regularly as possible.Your Eriocaulon Q is doing very well with nice thick leaves, and your Super Reds, the lower leaves all look healthy. I am having a problem with the lower leaves getting the bright green dust algae.