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When introducing your Betta into a fish tank bowl, create an environment similar to his natural habitat. This setup will not only look beautiful, but it will also keep your Betta happy and healthy. Add appropriate plants and into the Betta’s tank that resemble his native waters.
This is a video of a my Betta fish bowl. i have 2 snails and 3 banana plants Hope you enjoy it
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Just reiterating the point that keeping a betta, goldfish, guppy or any other animal in a tiny enclosure is cruel. The water gets dirty extremely fast, it's unhealthy, they don't have room to swim...there are plenty of safe plants to put with a fish so that's not the issue. The issue is the size of the bowl, type of water used, filtration, heat during cold weather, light and feeding. Take good care of your animals just like you would with your plants! plants for a betta bowl | love putting these fish bowls together. Betta fish. Rocks. Ivy plant ... can u put that ivy plant in a tank?
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Turned a Drink Dispenser into a betta fish bowl. Easy cleaning. Complete with a Yellow Mystery Snail, "Butter," and Marimo Moss Ball, "Monty," to keep him company and healthy. Keep out of direct sunlight. Used a plastic flower pot saucer with a cut hole for the roots of our Hyacinth plant. Makes the plant easy to remove for feeding. Add a decorative piece for your fish to swim through and around. Our Betta "Flutter" is in love with his new digs. Are you interested in a houseplant with a twist? Or do you have a fishbowl that’s looking a little sparse? Fish bowl plants are very popular right now, and they’re very easy to do. Keep reading to learn about keeping betta fish in water-based houseplant environments.You may have seen the somewhat popular display of a betta fish in a vase. Touted to be an all-inclusive ecosystem for both plant and fish, this lovely display of a vase with a peace lily or pothos plant and brilliant-colored fish is really misleading. You will often hear from dealers that you don't need to feed or clean your fish and bowl, but this is untrue, and most buyers lose their fish within a few weeks. If you want to have a betta in a vase, you can, but you must still care for your betta. Here's how to have this display in a healthy way for your treasured betta.Betta fish also do really well when paired with plants, and this makes a beautiful addition to the decor of yourhome. When pairing Betta fish with plants, it is generally best to get a vase-like bowl that has a wide, roundedbottom. The best plants to pair with a Betta are philodendrons and peace water lilies. When you choose to pair fishwith plants, it is important that you do not fill the bowl any higher than where the wide bottom ends so that thefish can get to the top for air.If you want to try the fish bowl with plant on top method, and are good choices. Remove the plant from its pot and, in a big bucket full of water, carefully work all the soil away from the roots. Carefully cut the roots into a size and shape that will fit in your tank and still give your betta plenty of room to swim.Betta fish + aquatic plant = a happy fish! Improved water quality, increased dissolved oxygen and reduced maintenance are just a few benefits of adding a plant to your Betta bowl or aquarium. A terrestrial plant, like Lucky Bamboo, when placed in your Betta’s home will root in days, begin growing and will start working it’s magic by improving the water your fish lives in.