A vigorous, deep-green wall of Weeping moss accentuates the orange-red Myriophyllum and the two light-green plants, Nymphoides and Hydrocotyle. The last-mentioned plant droops in cascades towards the low, dense Eleocharis mini, which elegantly brings out the small lobated leaves of Hydrocotyles. The warm, orange-red colour from Myriophyllum is also found in the tips of the group of Rotala sp. bonsai.
Tip! Light-green and red/purple plants placed closely together will always accentuate each other.
Note: Plant A on the drawing is Myriophyllum tuberculatum which is no longer produced by Tropica.