A whole landscape for your aquarium! The goal of many aquarium enthusiasts and aquascapers is to create an extraordinary landscape in the aquarium. The Scaper's Wood Landscape is made from natural woods that are suitable for use in freshwater aquaria. The handmade individual pieces will make a real eye-catcher in your aquarium and are ideal for creating a very special aquascape. Their intricate, branched design gives the landscapes a particularly interesting look. By planting the bonsai-like trees in the landscape with perching plants such as anubias, bucephalandra or mosses such as Java moss, you can make the back wall look even more natural.
Expert hint: Before placing the wood in an aquarium that has already been established, we recommend soaking the wood in water for a few days beforehand and changing the water regularly. This will reduce any "bleeding" of the roots and also ensure that the roots do not float up.
Product benefits at a glance:
- natural wood decoration for fresh water aquaria
- handmade individual pieces ideal for creating a very special aquascape
- an eye-catcher in any aquarium
- does not affect water quality or clarity
- can be planted with perching plants and mosses
Frequently asked questions
Whitish coatings may form on natural woods. These coatings are caused by bacteria that feed on carbon compounds in the fresh roots. As soon as these carbon compounds are used up, the growth of the bacteria will reduce and the white coating will dissolve. The coating is completely safe for the aquarium and harmless for the animals and plants. Some animal species, such as shrimps and snails, like to graze on this bacterial coating, helping it to disappear more quickly.