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allikins 09-17-2010 05:02 PM

aquariumguys.com
 
Has anybody ordered from them?
And specifically, are the products they aim towards bettas really safe for them? Will the plants rip their fins?
Marina Betta Kit Plant - Ludwigia - Black and White - 5 1/2 in.
Marina Driftwood - Betta Bowl - 3 in. x 2 in. x 5 1/2 in.


If this is wrong, I'm sorry. :[

aunt kymmie 09-17-2010 10:55 PM

I've ordered from them but not the products you listed. They look like plastic plants, and not silk. I would only use silk plants or live plants for a betta tank, with my preference being live.

Romad 09-18-2010 06:21 AM

I've bought a lot of silk plants here and have been very happy with them.

Artificial Plants & Corals: Aquascape aquariums and fish tanks with Artificial Plants & Corals

allikins 09-18-2010 09:56 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by aunt kymmie (Post 473581)
I've ordered from them but not the products you listed. They look like plastic plants, and not silk. I would only use silk plants or live plants for a betta tank, with my preference being live.

I'm debating on getting live right now 'cause I'm afraid of the cost. @.@

redchigh 09-19-2010 03:30 PM

Live plants are actually cheaper than quality silk plants...

Try some kind of aponogeton bulb or banana plant (If you have good lighting).

Something tiny like a Crypt Parva might do well do and is pretty cheap.

allikins 09-19-2010 08:16 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by redchigh (Post 474862)
Live plants are actually cheaper than quality silk plants...

Try some kind of aponogeton bulb or banana plant (If you have good lighting).

Something tiny like a Crypt Parva might do well do and is pretty cheap.

for live plants I was thinking of some marimo balls and crystalwart to start out with.
And I was meaning more for upkeep rather than initial start. don't you need fertilizers and all that jazz?


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