Originally Posted by Bert2oo1
Aim for low tech plants,
And many more.
It's good to get a fert dosing schedule going. Seachem line is fine for low tech but u can dose dry salts using PPS PRO to save money. Consistent weekly water changes of 50% and good flow and u should be fine
Also Bucephalandra. There are varieties that are not expensive and look good. Apple Leaf, Brownie sp., Green Wave, etc. They take a long time to adjust to tank conditions. Put some next to some Anubias and you'll have a nice display. New leaves that have grown within your tank's conditions will be more colorful.
Java Fern would be your best friend. Easy and it looks good once grown in. Crypts are another colorful plant--many nice varieties.
Crypt parva, Crypt wendtii "Red", Crypt wendtii "Bronze", Crypt wendtii "Green Gecko", and some Needle Leaf Java Fern in the background: