Aquarium Bonsai Tree

Aquarium Driftwood Bonsai Tree Quince Aquascape Fish Planted Freshwater BM-54


Item condition:
New
Ended:
Nov 22, 20:16 PST
Price:
$37.80 View item
Shipping:
FREE
Item location:
Canyon,TX,USA
Ships to:
Worldwide
Item specifics
  • Water Type:
    Fresh
  • Brand:
    Bonsai Driftwood
  • Material:
    Natural Wood
  • UPC:
    Does not apply

 

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Aquarium Driftwood Bonsai Tree Quince Aquascape Fish Planted Freshwater BM-54

Aquarium Driftwood Bonsai Tree Quince Aquascape Fish Planted Freshwater BM-54

Product dimensions ( HEIGHT X WIDTH X LENGTH )

HEIGHT:6 in

WIDTH :3 in

LENGTH:8 in

   

Are you looking to create an aquatic environment that’s more than just plastic rocks and synthetic trees? Ready to grow a lush environment for fish and shrimp that contains natural elements that balance perfectly with one another? Then the Bonsai Driftwood Aquarium Tree will make the ideal addition to your growing display.

Sourced from genuine driftwood, these unique elements are placed on rocks and help balance and condition the water in the tank. Better yet, they add such a vibrant tone to your tank that they pair well with rocks, grasses, air plants, and other all-natural elements that grow lush and green!

 

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TREATMENT

*** Curing Bonsai Driftwood
Though most driftwood will remain submerged underwater, some driftwood remains slightly buoyant until it is fully saturated and “waterlogged.” Soak the driftwood in a large bucket as long as possible making sure the entire piece is completely underwater. A minimum period of 1 to 2 weeks is recommended to allow total saturation.

Soaking also allows excess tannins that can darken and discolor the water, to leach out. The discoloration caused by the tannins will not harm your aquarium inhabitants but it will lower the pH...

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