Saba Wood | S1
Saba Wood makes a perfect addition to any aquarium. It has intricate and strong branches protruding from the central tree trunk. The base of Saba Wood is usually flat, allowing for easy placement on the bottom of your aquarium. The rich brown color of Saba Wood and its bold branches contrast nicely with the green of live aquarium plants. Larger pieces are perfect for a focal point in an aquarium.
How to Use Driftwood in Your Aquarium
Hardscaping an aquarium can be challenging. A naturally aquascaped aquarium will look great and provide a safe and nurturing environment for your fish and invertebrates. Modern Aquarium’s natural Saba Wood can help you achieve that goal. Indeed, driftwood should be included as part of an aquascape for every aquarium. Saba Wood is a very versatile driftwood as it can be used as a focal point on its own or incorporated with other hardscape pieces such as rocks and smaller branches. What’s more, attaching epiphyte plants to its branches, including Java Moss, Christmas Moss, Java Fern, or Anubias, to mention just a few, can make an instant and unforgettable impact. This driftwood will also provide hiding places and encourage a more natural behavior of shy fish. For some fish such as plecos, driftwood will serve as their home and even source of food so it is a must-have addition, and for others like Angelfish or Discus, it may be a perfect surface to lay their eggs on.
Driftwood Photography and Selection at Modern Aquarium
This driftwood on the slate was selected and photographed by our staff. It is one-of-a-kind and you will receive the exact piece depicted in the picture. Driftwood on Slate comes in many different shapes and sizes and, to help you in your selection, our photographs are taken against the background with measurements. Photographs are authentic and not enhanced in any way so you can rest assured that what you see is actually what you get.