Very nice, good luck with them. I went to the store DWA on Orange yesterday.She has a lot of hard to find fish and plants. Not many supplies. She had a planted tank with baby rams in it swimming in a school. They were like dots, so cute.
That looks wonderful. Do you dose the tank at all?
It is an NPT, but the soil's hiding in this pic. I haven't seen any need to dose it with anything, I've had it running for about 6 weeks now. My clovers came to me grown long with the few dead pieces, I've since removed them.
This is one of my new Bettas. Her name is Bunny because I got her at Easter. She just moved into her new tank last week. She has 2 Cory cat friends in with her also. Bunny's white gravel, that I bought at PetSmart, glows in the dark. As you see in the picture, Bunny likes to nibble on the Catfish wafer pellets LOL
Kitty Whiskers, have you noticed that the Ammonia Alert actually works? How accurate is it compared to using a liquid test kit?
I believe it works pretty well, especially when new. I just have to remember to replace it when it says to for better test results and never let it dry out when I make weekly water changes. I have the ammonia test kits too, I use the ammonia alerts as a good first indicator that ammonia is getting past any safe levels. Every one of my tanks has one and I make sure to start any new tanks with one before I add any fish. They are very useful and do a great job!