A 29- or 30-gallon aquarium is one of the first sizes that allows you to keep medium-sized fish and create more elaborate designs. Learn about our top 5 fish stocking ideas for this popular category of tanks.
Aquascapers use medium-sized plants to create a natural-looking transition from the shortest plants in the front to the tallest plants in back. Learn about our top 5 midground plants that will enhance your planted tank.
Freshwater shrimp in aquariums are quite popular because of their beautiful colors, unique behaviors, and usefulness as cleanup crew. Learn about the five most common species found at local fish stores.
When starting a planted aquarium, we recommend choosing a variety of both short and tall plants. Foreground plants are ideal for the front of the tank because they won’t get too big and block the rest of your view.
Have you ever seen those clear rectangle boxes hanging on the outside of tanks at your local fish store? You are looking at one of the most versatile tools in the fish keeping hobby – the aquarium catch cup.