Question by  trudie1962 (1022)

Can you keep a java fern in a ten gallon tank?


Answer by  DtheM1 (1150)

Yes, a java fern will grow very well in a ten gallon aquarium. Java fern is one of the most hardy aquatic plants, so it will be able to survive in water with a wide range of temperature, pH and hardness. It will thrive in a tank with fish that can provide nutrients from their waste products.


Answer by  BrendaG (6111)

You can keep java fern in a ten gallon tank. You can put it in a fishbowl and it thrives. Most fish do not like its taste.


Answer by  Plantman (31)

The java fern grows very slowly and rarely over a foot wide. Assuming you have adequate supplies, a ten gallon tank should be just big enough to grow in.


Answer by  King7 (35)

Unless your java fern is to big for that size of tank it should be fine in a ten gallon tank.


Answer by  SunnyStars (836)

Yes. Java Fern is easy to grow. It can grow in any size freshwater tank. Sunlight from a sunny South facing window is enough light to grow a healthy tank full of Java ferns.

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