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Betta Aquarium Fish Tank Vertical Water Garden DIY Project

The Aquarium Fish Tank Vertical Water Garden DIY Project is created with layers of elements making it a more flowing environment for your colorful Betta fish.

Betta Aquarium Fish Tank Vertical Water Garden DIY Project - The Homestead Survival - Siamese fighting fish

Outdoor water features are really popular these days with more and more homeowners putting in a wide range of ponds and other things in their backyard. For DIYers (do it yourself types) that do not have the backyard space big enough to put in a outdoor water feature, here is a unique indoor alternative that is really simple to make. This DIY project will provide homesteading readers with a plan for constructing a cute little indoor water garden.

This Do It Yourself project was shared by the author in hopes to introduce everyone to a unique indoor water garden that is really simple to make. The plan that is included includes a complete list of all of the things that you will need to have on hand to get started and a description of all of the steps you will need to follow to make it. All of the information that is included is presented in a way that makes it really easy to make.

Materials and Tools:

glass jar – Bigger is better

small aquarium stones

live plants (Cryptocoryne wendtii, Anubias barteri, Sanderiana variegated (Dracaena Sanderiana), Marimo Moss Balls, Red Luwigia

fresh water conditioner for aquariums

betta fish





The Siamese fighting fish, commonly known as the betta, is a popular fish in a small aquarium. Betta Fish are beautiful and generally easy to care for if done properly. Male Betta’s are very territorial and if put in a close enough environment attack another Betta or similar sized fish. Generally they are best kept in a tank by themselves. Remember they are a tropical fish so they like it warm. Going lower than 78 your stress out your Betta and not be ideal. Betta Fish are carnivores and prefer to eat things like frozen brine shrimp , freeze dried blood worms, but will also eat fish flakes and pellets.

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Melissa Francis
Melissa Francis
Greetings! I'm Melissa Francis, the founder and primary contributor to The Homestead Survival. With over 20 years of experience in homesteading, sustainability, and emergency preparedness, I've dedicated my life to helping others achieve a simpler, more self-reliant lifestyle.

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