beta fish tank vase ~ one of my favorites.

use a vase, rocks, and a peace lily cleaned of all soil as a beautiful display for a beta fish!
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I three have Beta fish in Vases with various plants. You don't have to limit yourself to just Peace lily... you can use Photos, Philodendrons, and a few other non-tonic plants.
FYI, my beta's have been living for over a year with these various plants.
use a vase, rocks, and a peace lily cleaned of all soil as a beautiful display for a beta fish!
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As a lover of beta fishes, I Think this is a cool centerpIece. Beta fishes can live in a puddle and thrive! I think it’s a cute idea, and if you want to have like 15 beta fishes at the end of the wedding, go for it! I think guests will LOVE it!!! :)I might be the only one though.. And I love animals.. So dont misunderstand me and say I’m cruel to animals, I love animals more than people probably.. Haha. I actually have a beta fish on my wall, like in a glass flat vase in our bathroom, and he’s been alive for 4 years. 🙂 his name is Edward. Vase Beta Fish Tank ; the vase inside of the vase allows for the look of a plant without quick decay mucking up the water
Photo provided by FlickrVase Beta Fish Tank ; the vase inside of the vase allows for the look of a plant without quick decay mucking up the water
Photo provided by FlickrBarney might new digs...he seems kinda depressed lately. Ideas for beta fish plant and vase habitat.
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The Jar. One of the first parts is choosing a great jar. You want one that has a small neck and a large bowl region (after all the larger the space the more swimming room your fish has). To pull this off you want it to be at least 11" tall and hold at least 2/3 of a gallon of water. There are beta vase kits that make this really easy and come with the jar, instructions, and a plastic tray for your plant.Mason Jar Fish Tank & Vase Shelf by Lifetography on Etsy, $65.00 *disclaimer* this is not the ideal habitat for a beta. Although if you're crafty you could use a much bigger jar & fashion a filter that looks like bamboo that leads to a hideaway tank.... If you have issues with this set up, take it up withe the original blogger. Not me or my comment section. Repin it to your own boards if you feel the need to rant. Thank you.Peace lilies are also known for promoting better air quality in the home. Again, you can even have a beta fish live in the vase and live on the roots--my old Beta fish, Thrud, lived for three years way!I’m confused about the regular feeding of pellets , bloodworms, be my cousing has a beta in Peace Lily vase and seldom feeds it. It thrives on the roots or some parts of the lily. What happens to the waste matter from the fish? Is that what needs to be cleaned out?As for Betas in small spaces, yes they live in rice paddies in the wild. In the dry season, they have their own lil puddle (but it is still a pristine puddle, lots of natural filtration etc.), in the rainy season, they have lots more room, and may wander into a female or two for breeding. Small spaces aren't totally evil (though I wouldn't EVER do less than a gallon, and more is ALWAYS better), but you have to keep up with regular water changes to keep the water clean enough for them. I don't do bowls myself, I've got my beta in my 10g nano amano. (the amano part needs working on, but will get better after I move). Also, if you do a plant in the vase, make sure it stays nice and healthy. A healthy plant will help water quality. A dying plant will kill the fish.Take a fish net and scoop out your Beta putting him in atemporary vase until you have cleaned his home. I like a vase because some fishwill jump and I wouldn’t want to put him in a shallow bowl taking that risk.