Behind the old quarry, you will see the sunset of red Myriophyllum, Proserpinaca and Rotala over the edge of the wood of Hemianthus and erectus. In the front, Glossostigma and Eleocharis create a vigorous meadow, while Fissidens provides the rock slide with antiquity and grace. The beautiful play of colours from the intense orange red middle to the weaker red towards the sides is emphasized by a corresponding scenery of leaf forms from the fine-leafed middle to the lobed and whole-edged leaves.
Tip! Eleocharis is often used as ground cover, but can be placed very effectively in small tufts, in order to create contrast and break a uniform surface.
Note: Plant A on the drawing is Myriophyllum tuberculatum which is no longer produced by Tropica. Can ce replaced by another red stem plant.