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Old 01-31-2007, 08:39 PM   #1
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What plants to put in a 1gall betta?

well I HATE this 1gallon tank, its small at the bottom and gets bigger gradually..... I have thought about trying to "sneak" a 2gall in the house and replace it but...Im not sure how that would go over with my mom

anyways, I have just 1 female betta in their and was wondering what low-lights would go good in their? cypt. or something?

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Hmm.. I can understand your frustration.

You could easily tie Anubias Nana, Java Fern or Java Moss to one of those rocks.

My java moss does well with no light, save for a few rays of sunshine throughout the day.
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Do you have any light on top? I second the moss idea.
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well I have tried java moss and it just does NOT grow for me.... java fern doesnt like me either, I can grow high light hard plants but cant for the life of me keep the low lights java's argg!
no light on top but its right next to the window! (plus with it being so small it will recieve light from my 10gall that is is right next to! )
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i would go the crypt
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