10-12-2011, 02:50 PM
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Originally Posted by DKRST
If you have a good light and the right fish (non plant-eating), I'd recommend live plants. They are usually much less expensive than plastic plants and they replicate over time, meaning you don't have to buy many plants at first to eventually have a tankful. May need to factor in the cost of liquid fertilizer, but it's not bad (or you can "dry dose" much cheaper). You can pick up plants on the forum at fair prices.
Plus you can sell the extra plants to other people with tanks to make some extra cash