37 Gallon Build

Discussion in 'Freshwater Aquarium Builds' started by Eeth17, Jul 15, 2017.

  1. Eeth17New MemberMember

    5c814fec7f2e1c3bcc7a718242f6caf1.jpg . How can I get more decorations toward the top because right I feel like everything is at the bottom :/ or is it ok
  2. KnownToSome

    KnownToSomeNew MemberMember

    Welcome to the forum, first off!

    Secondly, the intentional use of height is for fish who need air, labrynth fish in particular, such as bettas, for the easiest access to the atmospheric air. What's your reason for wanting height in your decor, purely aesthetics? Floating plants such as red rooter or water lettuce can help even out the focus of a tank when the tip 1/2-1/3 looks empty!
  3. Jocelyn AdelmanFishlore VIPMember

    Agree with the use of floating plants, long roots go a long way for filling up space. Other plant options would be val gigantea or regular jungle Val, plus an amazon sword. You can also use tall pieces of driftwood, placed vertically instead of horizontally.
  4. OP

    Eeth17New MemberMember

    Ok so you guys think it's ok? But if I want to fill it in put floating plants
  5. Piaelliott

    PiaelliottWell Known MemberMember

    It would look better if you had something that is in the upper part of the tank. Either large plants or a piece of driftwood.
    Google driftwood in tall tank, there are a few nice images!

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