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Maybe it looks simple, but this layout hides some interesting and amazing plants. The main focus is placed on branched drifted wood, that is surrounded by beautiful light green plants. This is a good example where use of leaves of different textures and shapes can create dynamic look full of perspective and with every view we can discover some new plants. Front row is reserved for light-demanding 'Cuba', Pogostemon helferi, Hydrocotyle tripartite 'Japan', while background is dominated by fast growing Rotala species and Proserpinaca palustris. Also, those two last plants, together with Alternanthera reineckii 'Mini' and Hygrophila pinnatifida, bring a touch of color to this rhapsody in green. Done by Filip Horvat.




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Alternanthera reineckii 'Mini'

Ammania sp. 'Bonsai'

Cryptocoryne parva

Eleocharis acicularis

Hemianthus callitrichoides 'Cuba'

Hydrocotyle tripartite 'Japan'

Hygrophila pinnatifida

Lobelia cardinalis 'Mini'

Myriophyllum mattogrossense

Pogostemon helferi

Proserpinaca palustris

Rotala rotundifolia

Ranunculus papulentus

Microsorum pteropus

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