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I have a planted 10 gallon betta tank and I havr quite a few different plants in it.
But I have this bare spot that I had plants in but they didn't grow the way I wanted them to on that spot. Call me picky but they didn't look good it the spot so I moved them to my 30 gallon.

Does anyone have any suggestions of what would fill this spot nicely. I'm looking for something that doesn't grow too tall but still will fill the space. I have no problem with having to do regular trimmings as I have hornwort and I am always in the tank anyways.

Anyone suggestions would be greatly appreciated!!! I am relatively new to the live plant world and I have very limited knowledge on plant species.
 

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try some hygrophilia species.
 
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DutchAquarium said:
try some hygrophilia species.
Those look cool! Any particular one you would recommend?
 

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corymbosa is a good starter, I think the common name is temple
 
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DutchAquarium said:
corymbosa is a good starter, I think the common name is temple
I like those! They look like they fill spaces well. Thanks!
 
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