- Reaction score
- More than 10 years
I was told that you should always have at least a 5 gallon for a Betta so that's what I got. Taco loves it. It's enough space to do some aquascaping with plants, rocks, and/or wood. I used 2 of the 5 pieces of spider wood to make a sculpture. I bought them on Amazon for less than $10. There are tons of different stones you can use, such as river stones (like the ones I harvested outside and boiled), but my favorite is Dragonstone. You can search for small or nano pieces of Dragonstone on Amazon and one seller has a bunch for less than $20. Do either of the hardscaping ideas appeal to you? Do you like plants? Anubias, moss balls, and crypts are great for a 5 gallon.Atomicfish said:I’m in the process of moving my crown tail betta who I have had for 1.5 years into a proper 5 gallon tank that I aquired from a rummage sale. I think it will be a much better spot than the half moon 3 gallon that he is currently in. Any advice or thoughts would be appreciated.