Can definitely concur cloud minnows are a great cold water starter fish we have had ours for a couple of months we have 5 in a smallish tank, gravel, filter and air pump with a plastic plant and a few rocks and they seem very happy and so far easy to care for, we change top level every couple of weeks and longer for more water and use gravel pump cleaner and tank and fish seems healthy so hopefully we are doing it right. They look great on the evening with the light on the tank as they are nicely coloured so keeps my son happy ande as I don’t need to upgrade to a tropical tank
It is very hardy and can survive significant variations in . While the plant requires supplemental substrate fertilizer and additional Co2 fertilization in warm water aquariums, in the coldwater goldfish tank the plant will usually thrive without any supplemental additives.
Well, that depends on what kind of fish you have. Because I keep goldfish I'm only going to talk about cold fresh water tanks - although I'm envious of some of the warm water plants that tropical fish owners have to choose from. Not that I've let that stop me entirely as I have purchased some plants on Ebay that the seller's have classed as tropical. Sometimes I've been pleased with the result, othertimes I should have listened to the seller.Tanks come in all sorts of shapes and sizes and cater for both cold water and tropical fish. They are made from tough acrylic or strong glass and the size of your tank depends on what types of fish you’d like to keep, how many of them and where you plan to put the tank in your home.COLD WATER FISH TANK IS THE BEST WAY TO START YOUR FISH HOBBY - EAZY CARE & ECONOMICAL .IT'S SO RELAXING TO WATCH A WELL PLANTED FISH TANK .THE LISTED SET UP IS VERY AFFORDABLE . WE OFFER BEST QUALITY COLD WATER PLANT & FISH FOR YOUR AQUARIUM OR POND .ASK US HOW .WE HAVE LOTS OF IDEAS FOR ALL BUDGET .As Water Wisteria is also a popular plant within the tropical freshwater aquarium, it is important to ensure that you either that has been kept in coldwater already, or be prepared to spend some time acclimatizing your plant to the cooler temperature of the goldfish tank.It has attractive lacy-looking leaves that can range in color from light to dark green depending on the conditions that the plant is kept in. It can grow to 18” tall, though it rarely reaches over a foot tall in cold water goldfish tanks.The Amazon Sword is one of the most popular plants among aquarium keepers of all types, as it will thrive in both tropical set ups and coldwater goldfish tanks. However, the Amazon Sword does not do well in very cold , so is not suitable for ponds.