Dry Start Method

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Maybe you are in the middle of setting up a new aquarium, or simply just starting over. If you’re into live plants and carpeting plants, this is your chance to try something new. You may want to consider a dry … Continued

Care Guide: Dwarf Water Lettuce

Water lettuce is most commonly considered a pond plant, but it can be a nice addition to your aquarium as well and is known as an all around hardy plant and relatively hard to kill. We will be referring only to … Continued

Care Guide : Hygrophila corymbosa – Cherry Leaf

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Hygrophila corymbosa is a very undemanding planted aquarium plant. It’s also knows as cherry leaf, Giant Hygro, Temple plant, and Starhorn Plant. It belongs to the family Acanthus. It’s native to Malaysia, Indonesia, and india, and it’s also readily available … Continued

Goldfish: Substrate or Bare Bottom Tanks?

There seems to be a growing trend among goldfish keepers in order to maintain a more “sanitary” environment, bare bottom tanks. It is seemingly neater and easier to keep clean – which can be extremely helpful with dirty little water … Continued