Arizona Aquatic Gardens is a family owned & operated business established in 1987 in Tucson, Arizona. Our
company advocates natural solutions for water quality issues, opposed to harmful chemical treatments. We are one of the largest leading suppliers of aquatic plants, hand-fed farm-raised tropical fish & algae eating shrimp in the industry. We are not the new kids on the block by any standard. Our family's company has been imitated by many, but it is known: Emulation is the greatest form of flattery. We've seen many competitors come and go throughout the years, but when you order from us you can trust that we will still be here for you, year after year, offering rock solid, confident advice that is backed by 25 years of hands-on experience. We are the true original pioneers of the aquatic plant industry and the leading producer of many specialty freshwater fish and shrimp. Big or small, we can help you achieve the results you've been searching for. We welcome you to our company. You're in good hands now!
RECYCLE/RE-USE STATISTICS FOR AAG- In 2011 our company recycled & reused approximately 10 tons of corrugated cardboard to ship our customer's orders, which saved 170 trees from being cut down to make pulp, which also saved 70,000 gallons of water, 110 barrels of oil, and saved more than 30 cubic yards of landfill space! Now, more than ever, we all need to be GREEN!
Great excuses to build a new aquarium in the house: "Honey, the humidity from the aquarium will be great for your skin and keep you looking young!" Would anyone like to add any other ones to the list? You're welcome to post them right here, hey, it's just for fun. What's even funnier is how many guys are going to use this very line this year sometime...... hahahaha
Sandfire Vampire, Sandfire Vampire, Sandfire Vamp......a tad bit of a tongue twister, but a new and limited mini crab, about the size of a Quarter. Now available https://www.azgardens.com/p-2229-crab-sandfire-vampire-crab.aspx
Arizona Aquatic Gardens - Crab - Sandfire Vampire Crab
Crab - Sandfire Vampire Crab
New GloTetras now available. These are NOT dyed! The glowing coloration of the GloTetra will not fade or change - it is within their genetic structure and will actually be passed on to their offspring should they spawn. To see them "glow" at their best, keep a strong light on them for most of the day and then replace it with a black-light at night. AWESOME! https://www.azgardens.com/p-2228-new-glofish-glotetra.aspx