Not what I would call heavily planted But I will be adding anubias+wisteria+more sruface plants soon :) Right now I have 2 java ferns, Hygrophelia (sprouts a new set of leaves every week).
The whole tank:
Closeup of the hygrophelia plant:
Surface plants (pothos + arrowhead) latelely they have been sprouting alot of roots. Plus these plants have "the arial advantage". Easier acess to co2 = faster growth = good ammonia + nitrate removers.
This is my 4 gallon nano planted tank It currently has my betta , 2 ramshorn snails and a otto.
The plants i have in there are 3 Amazon swords , 1 java fern tied to driftwood , Ludwigia repens and also a marimo moss carpet.
I have Corkscrew val, Amazon Sword, Hygrophila, some type of Echinodoris, Java Fern, and a stray thing or Moneywort which I took out. Also up top I have a bit of Duckweed (I did a big fat cleanout.. it's coming back quick!)
That hygrophila is HUGE. I bought mine at petco. It came in a tube labelled as compacta. Is that the one you have? mine is still small, only 6 inches high but all the stems have sprouted new leaves. Each bigger than the last. Do you do anything special for yours? fertilizers, root tabs, co2, etc?