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Now that you know how amazing gravel substrate is, let’s have a look at some of the easiest aquarium plants to grow in gravel.
Written By: Chris (@shrimpery) If you're like most aquarium hobbyists, you probably grew up with a childhood aquarium that had a standard river gravel substrate. I personally never really thought about other types of substrate in the aquarium until I got into the planted side of things when I first learned about aquasoils and aquarium sand. Since then, I’ve made many mistakes in terms of aquarium substrate selection and layout. Here are some tips that will help you avoid making the same...
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To flourish, freshwater aquatic plants need a good source of light and an extensive palette of nutrients. For the latter, there must be some sort of planted
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The plants in one of my newer tanks have been growing for about 2 months and is ready for fish. I've put much effort in making the plants look as good as possible, and the
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Plants for aquarium are an underwater garden, though a few plants may be allowed to grow out from the aquarium’s surface and penetrate the atmosphere with its leaves and flowers. Also, some terrestrial plants may be positioned so that their adventitious roots may actually enter the aquarium. It is the natural tendency of rooted plants for their roots to seek water and they grow in the direction of the source of water. #freshwater_fish
Freshwater aquariums look beautiful when they have both, fauna and flora. And so, I went and bought many live freshwater aquarium plants. But guess what? ... Read more
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In this post, you will learn how to keep live plants in your tank, and how to succeed in growing healthy plants in your planted aquarium.
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Aquarium plants are an important addition to any aquatic environment, and nowadays it's possible to use aquarium plants that don't need soil.
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