In this article, we will be taking a look at the best decor for betta fish tanks currently on the market. As beautiful as betta fish are, we often see owners asking for advice on how best to decorate their tanks and take them to the next level.
We have researched the various items out there that can be used to decorate your fish tank and decided to publish this article to help as many of our readers in this situation as possible. All of the items in this list have an excellent reputation amongst aquarium enthusiasts and betta fish owners the world over.
Zoo Med Laboratories Betta Hammock
The Zoo Med Laboratories Betta Hammock is a quick and easy to use product that requires minimal effort once it has been placed in the tank. It looks good in the vast majority of tanks and offers a place for your Betta fish to rest. The included suction cup can be used to fit the Betta Hammock to any location you see fit in your tank and it will blend in with any other plant life in your tank.
The Video Below Shows A Beta Fish Enjoying A Leaf Hammock
Marina Ecoscaper Hydrocotyle Silk Plant Plant, 8-Inch
There are a number of silk plants on the market that have been designed to look similar to the most popular aquarium plants on the market. They are usually available in a number of sizes to fit tanks of all shapes and have natural colors that won’t fade over time.
Zoo Med Laboratories AZMFA50 Sinking Ceramic Betta Log
Again, they are available in a number of sizes so there is something to fit tanks of all sizes. The log has been designed to look as natural as possible and has a proven track record of being popular with both Betta Fish and Betta Fish owners.
Luffy Marimo Moss Balls
Next up on our list are some high-quality Luffy Marimo Moss Balls. Not only do moss balls add a unique decor to your Beta Fish tank but it also helps with the closed environment of the tank. They help with beneficial bacteria in the tank as well as oxiginating the tanks water.
They do require a little maintenance to keep them in their round shape as explained in the video below but other than rolling them slightly every now and then, they are relatively low maintenance. Unlike the vast majority of moss strains that can start to take over your tank, Mario Moss will only grow out from its ball at a slow pace helping without taking over your tank.
Zoo Med Floating Betta Log
The final product on our list is the Zoo Med Floating Betta Log, now some Betta Fish owners love them, some hate them but we thought that we would mention them anyway. We feel that they are still a nice product to add to your tank to help give it that unique look and Betta Fish love them.
The video below shows a Betta Fish playing and interacting with a Floating Betta Log in its tank. They are low maintenance and once placed in your tank require little to no additional attention from you other than a clean when you clean the rest of your tank.