I am thinking about buying a net breeding box to place into my tank with some of my sand substrate, and then place some juvenile plants into.
(To let them grow, since I'm unsure of how big the plants I will be buying are, and since my fish also might eat them before they have a chance to establish/grow bigger).
I'm also presuming that since the breeder box will be quite close to the light, it will promote faster plant growth too
Another thought I had was to buy a cheap plastic fish tank, that would fit inside my current, much larger glass fish tank, drill holes into the plastic tankand let water flow in/out, and place it at the bottom of my tank with some sand substrate inside, aswell as the juvenile plants (This way I could also attach the Java Fern I intend to get straight onto my Bogwood too!)
(Since I'm having trouble finding tank dividers that will fit my tank (Fluval Roma 125).
Here is the range of plants I was going to buy. Taxiphyllum Barbieri Aquarium Plant Gel Pot Myriophyllum Mattogrossense Aquarium Plant Gel Pot Staurogyne Repens Aquarium Plant Gel Pot Eleocharis Parvula Aquarium Plant Gel Pot
My current fish are Albino Corydoras, 1 Pleco and 3 Juvenile Mollies.
(This also seems to be the best choice if I were to do the plastic fish tank method, as it already has ventilation holes) http://www.seapets.co.uk/products/aq...en-medium.html
- I wanted to do it this way because I didn't want to spend £6 on a pot of plants that were free from snails etc, just for the fish to eat them (Not to mention I cant seem to find a sufficient tank-net divider).