Thanks so much. I will check that page out.
Regarding the Val, it is not the wideness of the blade but the thickness....thin like, not dense enough, somewhat transparent. Not sure if that made sense either.
I will look at the V. Asiatica. I probably saw it, but can't remember what it looks like. Sounds like a good plan you have.
I figured that this particular Anubia I got seems to be taller or will be taller than most. The Nana that I have (already had this from Petsmart) appears to be the opposite...will not get as tall. I really like the Congensis....really healthy looking leaves and nice and solid looking and a nice tone of rich green. I am going to order more of these. I only ordered one because I was not sure on them. Thank you for looking that up for me. I had a phone call so I got sidetracked.
I am playing hooky today......I think...just sent them an email. I feel bad, but sometimes one has to do what is best for oneself. I really will not benefit much being there today. Although, I usually do not do this and don't want to look flakey. I had hit burnout in the business, and I am trying to balance it better around my family, home and pets. The fish have really preoccupied me these days.
Originally Posted by Mean Harri
Hey Holly. I was considering this to use at one point and it may work for you. Sweet Aquatics
I'm not sure if the Val will widen in it's blade structure but it does grow upwards. You may try getting more of it. I am getting the V. Asiatica and planting a lot of it in a corner to fill that corner in. I'll be getting around 10 plants of it so it makes a wall of sorts coming from the left rear corner out at a 45 degree angle.
The Anubius I just copy/pasted this: Unlike many other Anubias
, “Congensis” grows quite tall and its leaves are rather long. The leaves themselves can be over 8” in length. The plant can grow upwards of twelve inches tall and has been recorded at around twenty-one inches in height. As a result, it is suitable only for larger aquariums that can accommodate the height.