What Is A Kokedama: Tips On Making Kokedama Moss Balls
What is a Kokedama? It is a form of Japanese garden art that is centuries old and tied into the practice of bonsai. You can practice the art of Kokedama yourself with just a few items and minimal skill. This article will help.
Angelfish - Common
Fish guide for Angelfish, Pterophyllum scalare, Freshwater Angelfish facts with fish pictures, description and information, types of freshwater angelfish, Silver Angelfish care, aquarium habitat and fish diseases, Angelfish tank mates, compatibility and breeding
What Do Oscar Fish Eat? | LoveToKnow
Thinking about getting an oscar fish and wondering what can oscars eat? Find out which foods are best for these cichlids, as well as how much and how often ...
Glossostigma Hemianthus Callitrichoides Seeds
Get a truly perfect carpet using seeds! You can start you tank semi submerged and wait untill they sprout to finish your scape. very easy to grow, no need CO2, no need strong light. The temperature is critical, a direct impact on germination time (25-28 degrees)! Spread the seeds evenly on the water mud, (each bag can
Catfish guide for the Featherfin Squeaker, Synodontis eupterus, Featherfin Catfish information, habitat and squeaker catfish pictures, Featherfin Catfish care, keeping the Featherfin Squeaker aquarium
12 Different Types of OSCAR fish
Oscar fish is one of the most beautiful fish found in the tropical regions of the world. They belong to Cichlid family and their scientific name is Astronont...
Fish guide for Altum Angelfish, Pterophyllum altum, Altum Angel profile with fish pictures, description and information, Orinoco Angelfish care, diet, habitat and fish diseases, Altum Angelfish tank mates, compatibility and breeding, and keeping the Pterophyllum altum aquarium
Fish guide for Oscar Cichlid, Astronotus ocellatus profile with fish pictures, description and information, Tiger Oscar care, diet, habitat and fish diseases, Oscar fish behavior, tank mates and compatibility for the cichlid aquarium, Velvet Cichlid, Marble Cichlid