Miami's Tropical Aquarium Fish and Koi Experience
Neighborhood Fish Farm carries hundreds of fresh water tropical fish species for aquariums imported from across America and around the World, including Angelfish, African Cichlids, American Cichlids, Goldfish, Koi, Tetras, Gouramis, Oranda, Barbs, Sharks, Livebearers, Guppies and many more. Whether you're starting out with a 10-gallon guppy tank, a 30-gallon Angelfish and Tetra Aquarium, a 55-gallon African Cichlid Tank, or even a 125-250 gallon showcase aquarium with monster fish like Arowana, Oscars, and Jack Dempseys, we have something for everyone.
We here at Neighborhood Fish Farm also have the largest outdoor 'koi garden' in Miami. You can see a selection of Koi in all colors and sizes great for small, starter ponds, to a medium waterfall style pond, and we even have extra large koi perfect for a pond of over 2,000 gallons! We are always bringing in new varieties from around the world to provide the highest quality coloration, fin style (regular and butterfly), and sizes. We also have a large variety of goldfish suitable for ponds, including the beautiful red-and-white Sarasa Comet and the multi-colored Shubunkin Goldfish, which are an inexpensive alternative to koi still perfect for the outdoors and don't grow as large so they're better for smaller beginner ponds.
If you haven't yet started your fish tank, planted tank, pond, or water garden yet, we have the knowledge and all the supplies you need to get started. We carry only the best, most reputable brands of fish food, filters, water pumps, decor, and accessories for aquariums and ponds. We have been in business since 1971, and have tried everything there is, and have done the work to make fish keeping as easy and delightful as possible for you.
So come out and visit us soon! You can browse aisle after aisle of happy tropical fish under the Miami sun and feel the refreshing breeze of being outdoors in tranquil Horse Country, right off Bird Road and 122nd Avenue. We are free to visit and open to the public every day of the week.
Keeping your fish healthy is important to you, and we want to help. If your fish are acting strange, they may be sick. Often times environmental problems such as temperature fluctuation or water quality can cause your fish to develop different illnesses. We detail the most common fish diseases and how to help HERE.
We know that keeping a freshwater aquarium can seem like a full-time job at times, but we're here to help. Checking your water frequently is one of the best ways to help keep your fish happy and healthy. We've put together a quick and easy guide to testing your aquarium or pond water. You can find this guide HERE.
Many aquarium fish can live a very long time and might outgrow the environment you can provide for them. If that happens, we're here for you. Read about how you can donate or trade in your fish that got too large for your aquarium or pond HERE.
We understand that not every fish is going to be a perfect fit on the first try, and we're here to help make your fish-keeping experience as positive as possible. Read about our policy for returning and exchanging your fish purchased at the Farm HERE.
Check out all of our latest newsletters below to what we've received recently.
June 15, 2017: New Fish and Plants
May 26, 2017: Update - We're Open Again
May 12, 2017: New Florida-Raised Tropical Fish, Plants and Lilies This Week
Florida Grown Tropical Fish
Fancy Shrimp and Plants
More Aquarium Plants
Water Garden Lilies
April 15, 2017: Fancy Goldfish, Shrimp, Tropical Fish, and Koi
We got some great new fancy goldfish, shrimp, tropical fish, goldfish, and koi in this week! Check out the list below, and stop by soon to see them all for yourself!
New Aquarium Fish
6-7cm: Calico Ryukin, Red Bubble Eye, Red and White Pearl Scale, Black Moor
8-9cm: Red Cap Oranda, Calico Oranda, Red & Black Telescope Eye, Ranch
10-11cm: Red Ryukin, Black Moor
Cherry Shrimp, Yellow Rice Shrimp, Sakura Lazurite Shrimp, Carbon Rili Shrimp, Blue Velvet Shrimp, Red Crystal Shrimp
Otocinclus Catfish, Rope Fish, Elephant Nose, Bluefin Pleco, Young Silver Arowanas, Corydoras Adolphirite, Nerite Snail, Electric Blue Acara, Cherry Red Dragon Flowerhorn, Cuban Tetracanthus, Green Corydoras Catfish, Paleatus Corydoras Catfish, Large Blood Dragon Cichlid, Large Kyoga Flameback Cichlid
Koi and Pond Fish
3″ Sarasa Comets, 5″ Sarasa Comets, 4″ Koi, 12″ Metallic / Yellow Koi, 2.5″ Fantail Goldfish
March 31, 2017: New Fish and Plants
We got some great new fish and plants in this week! Check out the list below, and stop by soon to see them all for yourself!
New Aquarium Fish
Oddballs and Aggressive
Synodontis Angelicus x Eupterus, Synodontis Flavitaeniatus, Synodontis Ocellifer, Green Terror, 10″ Plecostomus, Small African Cichlid Mix, Kenyii, Demasoni
Red Wag Platy, Koi Swordtail, Red Tail Shark, Hi Fin Rosy Barb, Blue Kerri Tetra, Blue Ram Cichlid, Electric Blue Ram, Panda Corydoras Catfish, Large Serpae Tetra, Longfin Serpae Tetra, Black Neon Tetra, Jumbo Neon Tetra, Rainbow Shark
Aquarium and Pond Plants
Ambulia, Anacharis, Bacopa, Green Cabomba, Purple Cabomba, Golden Lloydiella, Broad Leaf Ludwigia, Narrow Leaf Ludwigia, Needle Leaf Ludwigia, Ludwigia Peruensis, Pogostemon Erectus, Purple Waffle, Rotala Indica, Rotala Macrandra, Rotala Magenta, Temple Plant, Wisteria, Water Sprite
Swords and Others
Small Amazon Sword, Broad Leaf Chain Sword, Small Radican Sword, Dwarf Subulata, Madagascar Lace, Ulvaceus, Micro Sword, Moss Balls, Jumbo Moss Balls
Driftwood, Mats, and Rocks
Java Moss on Driftwood, Anubias Nangi on Driftwood, Dwarf Baby Tears on Rock, Dwarf Baby Tears on Mat, Java Fern 1/2 Mat, Micranthemum Monte Carlo Mat
Amazon Sword, Frans Stoffels Sword, Oriental Sword, Ozelot Sword, Green Ozelot Sword, Anubias Barteri Round Leaf, Anubias Frazeri, Anubias Nancon, Cardinal Plant, Cryptocoryne Lutea, Cryptocoryne Parva
Pink Sensation, Starbright, Afterglow, Blue Spider, Islamorada, Panama Pacific