I've searched the web for this kind of item and I haven't any success finding it.
The other day when I was in Walmart's Aquarium section, I noticed they sold plant bulbs to grow aquarium plants. They had packs of 3 plant bulbs for $2 and some change.
Somewhat familiar with the Ammonia -> Nitrate process, I'm wondering if there is some way to help the cycle, reduce the frequency of changing a tank's water supply, and help mimick the habitat fish live in when in the wild.
Is there a place to get dense aquatic bedding of these underwater (freshwater!) plant bulbs (like a sheet of it that I just would cut and lay on the bottom of the tank)? Would a dense folliage be bad for an aquarium? How about if I have a 1 gallon aquarium?
I realize my goldfish are rather dirty. I was hoping to find a natural solution to help maintain a stable habitat.