So, when I first got into the freshwater fish hobby, I bought a 2 gallon tank, thought it was rubbish, so I bought what I was told was a 15 gallon aquarium.
I was dumb and didn't have an eye for aquarium sizes yet, so I bought it. Time goes on, and I take measurements, only to find that it's only seven gallons.
So, I thought I'd at least buy a 10-15 gallon tank and use the old one for my CPs.
Well, I came home today with a 29 gallon tank that I got for 20 dollars.
My problem is this:
HOLY CRAP THIS THING looks EMPTY.
I have 2 paradise fish, 6 white cloud minnows, a freshwater spiny eel, and a blue-eyed ancistrus.
I need advice on good, hardy plants I can plant in this tank that'll fill it up and give it liveliness. Even non-toxic plants intended for ponds would be great.
Also, my white clouds look a little lost and split up, could a school of 6 be too small for such a large space?
Anyhow, in short, what do all ya'll with big aquariums do to make them look nice?