Driftwood On Slate, as its name suggested, is a piece of driftwood collected in nature and attached to a piece of slate allowing for the immediate placement of the wood in the aquarium without a worry about whether the wood will float. The flat surface of the slate also makes it easy to position the wood on the aquarium's bottom. This dark brown colored driftwood comes with impressive branches that will make a statement in any aquarium. Their imposing look makes them ideal as a centerpiece. They are also great for attaching anubias, ferns, and mosses. Indeed, the green of the plants truly stands out against the darker color of this driftwood, providing visual interest to your underwater garden. This driftwood is also a favorite of plecos and other catfish, providing them with shelter and something to munch on. Other fish will also appreciate its presence making them feel more secure. Our Assorted Driftwood on Slate features are:
- Hand-selected by our staff
- Fish and shrimp safe
- Best value for your money
- Available in Medium (9-12") and Large (14-17")
NOTE: The pictured wood is a general representation of the product. As it is a natural product, it comes in different shapes, sizes, hues of color so the piece that you will receive will be unique and one of a kind. Sizes are approximated. No requests for substitutions, inclusions, or exclusions are allowed.
Just barely over minimum height but awesome looking product so I will buy here again
Great looking will order more
I am very impressed with the product I received. Looks great in the aquarium and I will highly recommend your site to others.
I asked for two pieces that I could easily tie plants to and they sent me exactly the type of piece I would have picked for myself. These are beautiful piece of art for my aquarium.
Staff pick was better than I could of imagined. Fair cost and great look.
I went with the XL and my piece looks great. It's securely attached to the slate and it arrived quickly. I haven't put it in my tank yet, so I don't know how it'll be in the tank, but I'm happy so far.