Have you considered adding some lush green growth to your fish tank? Tall aquarium plants are ideal for the background of freshwater aquariums, but they also make great features for the middle of larger tanks. In this guide, I’ll be introducing 15 excellent species that you can grow in your own tank.
I get this email or message a lot through my email or YouTube channel. Hobbyists, usually brand new, often tell me about their betta fish and their issues. Often, it stems from poor conditions or a question that all centers around the topic of this blog post.
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Have you ever considered growing moss in your fish tank or aquarium? These lush aquatic plants look amazing in an aquascape and provide a number of benefits to the health of your tank. Oh, and they’re also great fun to grow!
Flame moss has an eye catching, vibrant green color and its one of a kind growth pattern reminiscent of burning flames makes it stand out amongst other aquatic mosses. This guide will provide you with all the information that is needed to ensure this majestic freshwater plant not only thrives but looks wonderful in your aquarium environment.
Are you considering growing aquatic plants in your aquarium? There is an amazing range of plant species and varieties available in the hobby, which can make it difficult to know where to start! That’s why I’ve decided to write this simple guide to aquarium plants and introduce 30 beautiful species that are suitable for both beginners and more experienced aquarists.
Guppies, with their striking hues and vibrant personalities, are an eye-catching addition to any aquarium. To keep these tropical fish healthy and contented, it requires proper management of the tank temperature as well as suitable water quality. In this guide we will discuss what you need to know about guppy temperatures – from recognizing their habitat preferences through preserving their environment and how to keep temperatures stable. Let’s take a plunge!
Imagine a tropical rainforest pool, teeming with colorful fish and surrounded by lush vegetation. Listen to the sound of water trickling over the rocks or even a cascading waterfall gushing in. It requires a little work, but you canhave this little slice of nature in your own home if you build a paludarium.
Aquascaping is a beautiful way to make any fresh water tank extraordinary. Think bonsai growing underwater and you’ll get a hint of the true art of aquascaping. The idea is to create visually stunning underwater landscapes using aquatic plants, rocks, wood, and other decorative elements in order to imitate scenes naturally found in nature.
If you looked into easy-to-care-for floating plants, you may have come across Amazon Frogbit. While this plant is easy to care for, it is also fast-growing and can take over your aquarium. In this guide, I’ll go over everything you need to know so you can be successful (or keep it at bay, so it doesn’t take over). Let’s get started!
Moss balls, also known as aquatic moss, are a unique addition to any fish tank. Not only do they add color and interest, but they also provide an important function in the tank by filtering the water. If you’re thinking of adding a moss ball to your aquarium or wanting a moss ball aquarium we have you covered. We will go over care tips and environment. Read on for everything you need to know!
Pearl Weed makes an incredible addition to most aquariums because of its wonderful ability to grow without requiring tons of attention and work from your side.
In addition to giving your tank a natural look, you can rely on it to create a healthy environment for your fish. And one of the best things about Pearl weed is that it’s beginner-friendly and can grow under different water parameters.
Hornwort is one of those few plants that can give you complete freedom to design your aquarium and at the same time the ability to use it to oxygenate the water and provide shelter to your fish. The growth rate of this easy plant is fast and growing it as a beginner is simple and smooth.