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Aquarium betta

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Aquarium betta. Get inspired and try out new things.
Fish Care Tips...  If you are new to keeping live plants here are 6 of the easiest to care for, fast growing plants that can help control algae.

Fish Care Tips... If you are new to keeping live plants here are 6 of the easiest to care for, fast growing plants that can help control algae.

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Etant nouveau en aquariophilie , j'ai beaucoup regarder et lu avant d'acheter et mon premier aquarium . Donc je me suis rabattu sur un 10 litres de chez dennerl

@mifusuyaqua on Instagram: “ヤマサキカズラ復活してきた!けど…左側の葉っぱは何故か夜になるとてろ〜ん🌾🌾🌾朝起きて見るとピンピンに戻るんです…何故だ( ̄∀ ̄) オークロは水上化してきた🍀✨ #ベタ #ベタ水槽 #ハーフムーン #betta #bettafish #bettatank…”

2,046 Likes, 29 Comments - yasufumi 🇯🇵 (@mifusuyaqua) on Instagram: “ヤマサキカズラ復活してきた!けど…左側の葉っぱは何故か夜になるとてろ〜ん🌾🌾🌾朝起きて見るとピンピンに戻るんです…何故だ( ̄∀ ̄) オークロは水上化してきた🍀✨ #ベタ #ベタ水槽 #ハーフムーン…”

The Best Live Plants For Betta Fish

Using live plants for betta fish may actually be beneficial long term. Read on to find out which one is the best fit for you and your fish.

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6 Inch Lucky Bamboo (Dracaena Sanderiana)-Easy Live Aquarium Pond Aquatic Plant

This listing: 6 Inch Lucky Bamboo (Dracaena Sanderiana) Stems with Roots (Choose size/quantity) Description: Lucky Bamboo is an ideal underwater plant for tanks of all sizes. It is a especially beneficial for Betta aquariums as the leaf coverage of the plant mimics the natural habitat of Betta fish. Lucky Bamboo can be grown fully submerged(but may need CO2) or it can be grown with “leaves above the water”. As long as the roots are submerged, your plant should thrive either way! Size Ranges…