55 Gallon Angelfish Tank

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Hi everyone. I appreciate everyone's comments!!! I was wondering if it would look better if I put some tall hair grass plant's in the corner's instead of the short plant's?
 

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Dawn Michele said:
Hi everyone. I appreciate everyone's comments!!! I was wondering if it would look better if I put some tall hair grass plant's in the corner's instead of the short plant's?
It might... I like it as it is, but visualizing taller plants in the corner does give it some balance.
 
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Ohio Mark said:
It might... I like it as it is, but visualizing taller plants in the corner does give it some balance.
Thanks for your input Mark. I appreciate it. I might play around with it and see how it looks.
 

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I agree. Some taller plants in the back would look nice. Bring the smaller plants to the front and maybe find a nice looking centerpiece plant to offset from center in front of the wood.

Looking great already. I really like your two grass looking plants you have.
 
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tfreema said:
I agree. Some taller plants in the back would look nice. Bring the smaller plants to the front and maybe find a nice looking centerpiece plant to offset from center in front of the wood.

Looking great already. I really like your two grass looking plants you have.
Thank you for your input. I appreciate it. IM also thinking about getting a bigger plant for between the grass looking plant's.

IM thinking about one of these plants for the middle.




I don't know if I should stay with different shades of green or add the burgundy red plant to be different?
 
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tfreema said:
Personally, I would do the burgundy.

Have you thought about live plants?
I had some Java Fern a while back ago when I had a different set up and it got messed up when I took it out the tank. I could put something on the pieces of driftwood. What do you suggest that would be easy?
 

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Anubias barteri, nana, and nana petite would be nice on the drift wood. That's a little variation in sizes from small to medium.

If you want bigger variation and dimension, add a java fern on the back side or even to another small piece of wood. Lacy java fern is pretty.
 
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tfreema said:
Anubias barteri, nana, and nana petite would be nice on the drift wood. That's a little variation in sizes from small to medium.

If you want bigger variation and dimension, add a java fern on the back side or even to another small piece of wood. Lacy java fern is pretty.
Thanks again for all your help. I will take a picture when I decide what to do.
 
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