Tree Root Driftwood is a new type of aquarium driftwood available. Tree Root Driftwood features a lovely natural wood tone and distinctive in appearance, mimicking the root system of an established tree. With plenty of forks and branches, Tree Root Driftwood is perfect for attaching epiphytic aquatic plants such as Anubias and Bucephalandra. Alternatively, aquatic moss species can be tied onto its branches or aquatic ferns such as Bolbitis and Java Fern can be held inside its branches to create unique planted aquarium tank layouts and designs.
Tree Root Driftwood will work well on its own as a centerpiece or complemented with smaller aquascaping stones at the base of any planted aquarium tank layout. We recommend layout accents!
Measurements: 8-10" long
- Tree Root Driftwood will sink on its own in 2 weeks time depending on the aquarium driftwood's overall size.
- Tannins leeched from aquarium driftwood will provide a natural tint to water, but will gradually dissipate based on the frequency of water changes.
- We recommend covering any sharper edges with aquatic moss species or aquarium plants to protect fragile-finned aquarium tank inhabitants such as Betta Fish!
Shipping, Returns and Refunds
Live plants are shipped Monday through Thursday for all west coast orders. For all remaining states, live plants will only be shipped Monday through Wednesday to ensure they arrive at your doorstep 100% healthy.
Rimless aquariums will be shipped throughout the week via UPS Ground. For more information, please visit our FAQ page.
Hard goods can be returned up to 14 days after receipt of purchase. Buyer is responsible for return shipping.
Due to its nature, we are unable to accept returns for live plants. In the unlikely event you are unsatisfied in any way, please contact us ASAP. We provide 100% DOA (Dead On Arrival) protection.
To be eligible for a refund/store credit, please contact us within 12 hours of receiving it and provide a photo of the item in its original packaging.
No worries, we’ll take care of everything as long as it fits the guidelines above.
Most answers to general questions can be found on our FAQ page.