Cryptocoryne Wendtii has been a mainstay on this hobby for quite a long time and for good reasons. This plant is one of the easiest to grow. This is a rosette plant and unlike stem plants it does not require higher lighting to thrive. There are 2 variants. The green and the brown. Both are equally beautiful and easy to take care of.
Among so many aquatic plants available in aquarium trade, it's so hard to decide! There are stem plants, rozette plants, floating plant... and mosses! We are absolute fans of aquarium moss and the way they giving add a wild touch to aquariums. Look into our article and discover the different aquarium mosses that can be used in your planted fish tank and how to set up your very own 'mossarium'.
When it comes to aquarium plants, Goldfish are not the first species you associate them with. renowned for being messy, boisterous and hungry fish, Goldfish tend to be kept alongside fake aquarium plants or in a bare bottom tank. You would be forgiven for thinking goldfish cannot be kept in anything else. Well, we aim to show you that this is simply not the case. In this article, you will discover the best plants for goldfish aquariums. Plants that are easy to care for, look good but most of all, capable of withstanding everything that a goldfish tank can through at them.
Nowadays , it's very popular among planted aquarium hobbyists to add carbon dioxide to their aquarium water, to assist with plant growth. The amount of different CO2 systems available to todays planted aquariums enthusiasts is so big that many can't decide on the right device for them. Let's see what we need to pay attention to while deciding on aquarium CO2 regulator for safe and efficient aquascaping!