I planted an Oregano, Red Bell, Tomato, Green Onion and Greek Basil about two weeks ago and yesterday I put twenty-seven feeder minnows in. I currently have five plants and two fish, yes two fish from the original twenty-seven. For those of you that do not live in a HOT climate, I envy you. I went to my local aquarium store today to test my water for the fish, for free btw, the test results showed that the water was perfectly fine. I bought a floating thermometer and dropped it in the fish tank when i got home. The water was at 98 degrees. Now, that is a little bit too much on the warm side for any fish. I spent this afternoon searching for ideas on how to cool the water down. I could buy a water cooler for $300, ha, someone else suggested on yahoo answers to freeze water in bottles and float them in the water, I decided to give that a try. The water melted pretty quickly and the water temp came down to about 96 degrees, yippie! My observation is the temperature dropped because it was getting later in the day. Tomorrow I'll see if the little minnows are still swimming right side up.
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Red Bell (Was planted too deep and all the leafs popped off)
Tomato (Got a little crispy, now I think it just needs more nutrients)
Onion pulled from my in-laws dried up garden.
Oregano dried up (Tastes amazing though)