Aquascape Help For A 30 Litre Tank

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Ive caught the aquarium bug. A couple of months after setting up my first tank I impulse bought a second, bigger tank. With my first tank I was pretty limited in what I could get because of the size. I'm sure it will be the same with this one.

My first tank has some anubias and a crypt which I love and would like to try and introduce to the new tank for foreground/mid plants.

Can you give me any other suggestions for good plants for a betta that would fit well in a 30 litre tank? Pics below. Thank you!
 

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Rae88 said:
Ive caught the aquarium bug. A couple of months after setting up my first tank I impulse bought a second, bigger tank. With my first tank I was pretty limited in what I could get because of the size. I'm sure it will be the same with this one.

My first tank has some anubias and a crypt which I love and would like to try and introduce to the new tank for foreground/mid plants.

Can you give me any other suggestions for good plants for a betta that would fit well in a 30 litre tank? Pics below. Thank you!
MTS is a real disease, hornwort, java fern and java moss are good ones
 

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Rae88 said:
Ive caught the aquarium bug. A couple of months after setting up my first tank I impulse bought a second, bigger tank. With my first tank I was pretty limited in what I could get because of the size. I'm sure it will be the same with this one.

My first tank has some anubias and a crypt which I love and would like to try and introduce to the new tank for foreground/mid plants.

Can you give me any other suggestions for good plants for a betta that would fit well in a 30 litre tank? Pics below. Thank you!
I always found water wisteria very easy and nice, ludwigia is easy, java fern always looks nice, vals are great.
 

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