I recognize the silk plant. I have nearly every silk plant from Petco, haha. My 5 gallons each have 2 midground plants and 2 foreground, a midground in my 4 gallon and 9 silk plants in my sorority tank. I replaced the plastic plant in DaBaDees tank and now all of my tanks have nothing but silk plants for safety reasons (my sorority actually has no other decor besides silk plants, an abundance of them!) I soon found out I ordered too many silk plants so some of them don't have a tank yet lolololol.
loool that sounds really awesome, sometimes I'm iffy about silk plants because I'm not quite sure how they'll act in my aquarium, sometimes they droop to much, or don't bend the way I want, so I just try to do a mix-match of plastic & silk (no live plants for me - to much to worry about for now)
With one silk plant they droop sometimes if they're taller... Most of mine are in corners and propped up with the tank walls or in my sorority there's so many plants that they don't have room to droop! Lol. I'm just too skeptical about plastic plants... But I want live plants someday for my sorority tank.
This is my Ruty's home. It's a simple 5 gal with a 2-3 gal heater (stays about 76-77*) a 3-5 gal whisper filer set on low flow. He shares his tank with two ghost shrimp. I'm still fairly new to Betta fish and have a lot to learn yet. I'm looking into live plants and a more finer gravel for him but all we have around here is a pet store with an infestation of snails. I've had Rusty for about a month and he seems to be quite happy. His bubble nests can get quite large. I bought a little royal blue girl today. I found her at the dreaded Walmart. She's showing signs of Dropsy so if I can save her then I'll post her girly pad.
I have had a lot of fish in the past, and know a fair bit about how to take care of them. Yet, I discovered that I knew little about bettas and did google searches (found I could NOT trust what I was told at my local pet shop, sadly...), and here is the result of my efforts. My three year old grandson named our new pet Nemo (he loves Nemo, the movie!). Nemo is about 8 weeks old, and about 1.25 inches long; his deep blue color is what made me fall in love with him two days before I actually bought him - I wanted to find more info and what I needed before I bought him or any other betta if he was gone.
Beautiful tank. I'm pretty sure you have a little female