I'm on a plant kick and am really interested in learning about them cause it will be my next aquarium endeavor. I want to add some color to my next tank setup and found 3 plants that sound fairly reasonable to grow without going crazy with lighting and co2. My new tank will be 10G, so not very tall (12"). I plan to have 2wpg (moderate right?) with decent CFL bulbs, and the tank will also be in a well lighted area to begin with (not in front of a window but close and May get some direct sunlight for an hour or so in the morning...good, bad?). I also plan to have eco-complete, use flourish excel, and take the carbon out of my filter. The first plant, and the one that I think will work, is the sunset hygro. It appears to get around 11-12" tall and no more than 3" wide which would be perfect. I hear, like most plants, the more light you get the more pink/red you will get from its top leaves. I also hear it grows easy, just needs trimmings a lot. The other two were crypt wendtii and red temple, but both grow large and wouldn't fit into the small tank. Anyone have experience with any of these? Anyone know of any other plants that would work? Is there any plant that gives you anthing more than green or red?