Aquarium plants live to help enhance the beauty of your aquarium. However, it is necessary to place the right kind of plants in the foreground and background of the aquarium for better decoration.
Aquarium plants in the foreground are smaller plants that are placed towards the front and center of your aquarium. Taller plants should be placed in the back of the aquarium. Thus, there is no blocking of view of any plant in the aquarium and better aquarium decoration is achieved.
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Here are some common foreground plants are presented can consider using your aquarium:
Cryptocoryne (cryptocoryne wendtii)
Wendtii cryptocoryne has long leaves that are green with tinted-red areas. This aquarium plant is short and grows slowly. And as it remains short on time, you can be placed in the foreground of the fish tanks. Certainly, it will not block the view of plants in the back of the fish tank.
Pearl Grass (Hemianthus micranthemoides)
Micranthemoides Hemianthus is a very common plant used for the foreground of an aquarium. It is light green and survives well in the average illumination color. A bushy plant with small leaves thin tends to develop side shoots in all directions after some time.
Dwarf Anubias (nana anubias)
Anubias nana has large green leaves. When added to an aquarium, which makes the aquarium more colorful and surprising. This plant species is easy to maintain and therefore is suitable for use by beginners.