Making the aquarium more fun and decorative by implanting live plant
Everyone once thought of keeping an aquarium in our houseand maintaining it. Having an aquarium in the house makes people stay busy, and spending time with the aquarium helps improve their physical and mental well-being.Studies also suggest that. Aquariums not only contain different species of fish but also live aquarium plants.
Are live plantssuitable for aquarium aquariums?
Live plants are not only suitable for the aquarium as they not only look great in the tank,but they provide a whole lot of benefits. They act as an excellentfiltration, provide water with more oxygen, absorb more carbon dioxide created by tank inhabitants make algae growths growso that they shelter their fishand hide.
Are live aquarium plants hard to keep?
No, aquarium plants are not hard to keep. But weneed to provide them with the ideal environment, i.e., maintain the ideal water parameters like temperature, pH, and hardness of the water. And we have to provide them with the ideal lighting conditions and regularly feed them with fertilizers.
How long do live plants last in an aquarium
Aquarium plants can stay alive for around 3 to 4 days in the aquarium. However, it depends on the type of plant, the climate, and how the plants are kept in the aquarium. To make them survive longer, we need to change the aquarium soil from time to time.
Do we need soil for aquarium plants?
Aquarium plants also need soil to grow well. As theyneed the nutrients from the soil and the right kinds of fertilizers to stayand grow properly in the right way. However, we cannot use the same soil we use for land plants in your aquarium and must use aquarium soil instead.