Create a stunning, all-natural look inside your fish tank or aquarium with an organic bonsai driftwood tree that captures the beautify of nature.
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!
- Natural Bonsai Driftwood Tree (6″)
- Small Fish Tank and Aquarium Décor
- Contains Water Softening Tannic Acid
- Helps Condition and Balance pH Levels
- 100% Real Wood (No Chemicals)
- Handcrafted Artistry
- Easy to Setup and Maintain
- Safe for Shrimp and Small Fish
Click ‘Add to Cart’ above now to get this premium, all-natural bonsai driftwood fish tank décor and create a beautiful, dynamic area for your fish, shrimp, or water garden.
- Natural Fish Tank Decoration – This 6″ bonsai driftwood tree is made from genuine driftwood and crafted into small landscape pieces perfect for organic tank layouts.
- Helps Balance pH Levels – Driftwood bonsai trees contains tannic acid which helps soften and condition the water for healthy, natural balance ideal for fishes.
- Create a Stunning Theme – Safe for fish, shrimp, and turtles, these plants combine well with rocks, moss, water and air plants, and so much more for original layouts.
- Easy Care and Maintenance – Before placing this fish tank tree into your aquarium, steep it in boiling water for 20-30 minutes( maximum) to sterilize it of algae or fungal spores.
- Unbeatable Quality Assurance – We work hard to ship you fresh, all-natural trees that are in pristine condition, however, if any issues occur contact us immediately.
Driftwood in the Turtle Pond
Since Karen and I moved to Preston, Ontario, in April, 2011, I’ve discovered a good ten different walking routes. There is a turtle pond on one of the trails. At around noon each day, this piece of driftwood is covered in medium sized snapping turtles. Unfortunately, there weren’t any there when I shot this, but I liked the contrast.
By bill barber on 2012-08-06 13:34:49