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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. :[
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'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
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.
And I was meaning more for upkeep rather than initial start. don't you need fertilizers and all that jazz?
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