JAmesM said:Any suggestions for a red midground plant that isn't too demanding?
hmmm, probably a bit big for my 20gal... maybe a larger foreground plant would be bettera1Matt said:JAmesM said:Any suggestions for a red midground plant that isn't too demanding?
How about one of the red amazon sword varieties, they seem fairly easy going in my experience. I have one of these in my tank and it does a fine job as mid red... http://www.tropica.dk/productcard_1.asp?id=072A
JAmesM said:Yeah, I'd like to know how to keep the leaves facing front too.
LondonDragon said:Thanks for the advice Matt, didn't know that, I am trying to prevent it shooting too many leaves to the surface, sometimes it doesn't then all of a sudden they all shoot up there, will try your sugestions and see how it does then.
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