Hi all, I have a Marineland integrated 12 gallon tank with community fish (currently 1 Betta, 1 dwarf Gourami, 1 cory cat, 4 rasboras, and 5 neon tetras) and have tried sevaral different plants with varying success. Hornwort and anacharis do well, red ludwigia (both broad and narrow), camboba, and amazon swords do okay sometimes but the sword goes a bit yellow and the others lose leaves, so I think the problem is that the standard lighting 13 watt compact isn't enough. I'd like to get a plant aquascape package online, but first I've been trying to see if there is anyway I can replace the standard light bulb (https://www.marineland.com/store/Replacement-Lamp-Compact-5000k-13w-12-gallon-Eclipse-System-P211C0.aspx ) with one that is more powerful and get up to the 2 watt per gallon that would be more suitable for a successful planted tank. Since I may already be a tad overstocked, I'd like to get my tank heavily planted. I've looked online but haven't found anything that looks like it would fit my canopy fixture. My question to you all is, do you know any higher output light bulb that would fit my tank? If so please point me in the right direction. Also, does anyone know anything about http://www.drsfostersmith.com/product/prod_display.cfm?c=3578+3733+10704+12760&pcatid=12760? How exactly do you attach them to your canopy? And which color looks best?