Centre Positioned Aquatics
A midground plant completes the visual transition from foreground to background. Some background plants also make suitable midground plants but may require some regular pruning. Aim to leave enough space for fish to swim by not planting them to densely.
The midground is also where most feature plants are located. These are
particularly stunning aquatics that have outstanding characteristics such as
large size or decorative foliage. Many agre grown attached to submerged
driftwood which only adds to their visual appeal.
Red Tiger Lotus
Lower profiled plants for the front of the fish tank. Short growing grass like plants are very popular.
Taller plants that form a green backdrop. Often
fast growing stemmed plants.
Aquarium plants produce this gas but also need small quantities for respiration.