Betta fish and bamboo plants are both very attractive.

betta fish and lucky bamboo | Bonsai y plantas
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Thank you so much Pamela! I received my betta from a coworker at school who said the children were picking on him too much. I love my little Clyde. She has a great deal of experience with betta fish, and suggested to get him pellets, instead of flakes, because flakes make the water foggy and dirty faster, in addition the betta eats the pellet better with less sinking to the bottom. I had him in those little containers they sell at the pet store. I cleaned his bowl out once a wk, but saw it stayed pretty clean because of the pellets so I did every other wk. Summer vacation came, and I brought him home. I didn't like his small container, so I did some searching and bumped into your hub! I had never heard of this site, but I read up on your info, and having already a bamboo plant, I thought this was perfect! I got a large vase, just a little taller than yours, and more smooth rocks 3 1/2 inches. I put little Clyde in there with the bamboo, right on my breakfast table that overlooks the backyard. HE LOVES IT. He always swam up to me, but now he swims more, does little flips and looks so happy! THANK YOU SO MUCH! I am wondering then, you said 3-4 wks on changing water? I have read more often...but you have had fish in your vase for a while and they all did well? How do u decide between 3 or 4?
Betta fish and bamboo plants are both very attractive. Pamela N Red tells how to successfully combine the two in a lovely environment.
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A great candidate for a rectangular Betta Fish Aquarium, this single, one layer set of bamboo has been placed quite well in a line, submerged in a traditional fish aquarium. he does anyone know if fish poop and left over food furtilizes plants? specificaly my lucky bamboo in my betta tank?
Photo provided by FlickrBetta fish and bamboo plants are both very attractive. Pamela N Red tells how to successfully combine the two in a lovely environment.
Photo provided by FlickrBetta fish and bamboo plants are both very attractive. Pamela N Red tells how to successfully combine the two in a lovely environment.
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Scientifically know as Dracaena sanderiana, the more commonly known Lucky Bamboo plant is of the species Dracaena. They are also known as Ribbon Dracaena, Belgian Evergreen or sometimes Ribbon Plant. Lucky Bamboo is the common term in the tropical and fresh water fish communities and they're a great centerpiece to a Betta Fish Aquarium.This great ensamble of 38 Lucky Bamboo stalks is a great starter to your Betta Fish and Bamboo hobby. Great tropical plants with smart wrapping.Bettas just love swimming in and around the stems that are submerged just under the water of their Betta Fish bowl. Just the right Lucky Bamboo plant can create a visual masterpiece of elegant glass, tropical plants, and live fish that will make any area of the room they're placed even more visually appealing.Pick good plants from a trusted supplier and your Lucky Bamboo expeience will be a positive one for you and your Betta Fish. These great little fish habitats actually will add value to your home, as well as a lot of fun too.