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Old 07-23-2013, 01:13 AM   #1 
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fake plant help

So my betta really likes the tall leafy faked plants, I'm staying away from lives ones due to my history with green things. Just recently though they kept hurting him both were from walmart, one from a pack of 3, the other 2 in the pack are fine for him (they're suppose to be tall weeds or sea grass I think) it was just the leafy one so I removed it and got another one and the same thing so I removed it but I know he really likes roaming amongst the leaves and the tank is now looking empty even though there are like 5 other plants in there.

I've given up with walmart and I don't know if the petstore has tall silk plants, also most online places don't ship to where I am and if they do the shipping is through the roof what should I do?
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Old 07-23-2013, 10:02 AM   #2 
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Have you looked on Ebay? I've seen silk plant packages on there sold pretty cheap.

I really like Marina Naturals silk plants, if you can find those where you live. If you have a local pet store, try asking if they can order them in for you.
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