Neptune Wood is an extremely sought-after true driftwood that adds a touch of natural artistry to your aquatic or terrestrial habitat. These sculptural pieces are shaped by the elements—water, wind, and sun—resulting in one-of-a-kind shapes and soft textures that are both visually striking and calming.
With its unique whitish appearance, Neptune Wood provides a stunning contrast to the vibrant colors of aquatic and terrestrial plants, creating an eye-catching and harmonious display. What sets Neptune Wood apart is its lack of tannins, or barely any at all. This means you can enjoy crystal clear water from the start, as nature has already done the maturation process for you by removing the tannins.
Each piece of Neptune Wood is unique, like a sculpture crafted by nature’s inclemency forces, making it a perfect centerpiece for your aquarium, paludarium, or terrarium.
Neptune Wood is available in various sizes, ranging from 30-100 cm, ensuring that each piece is distinct in form and appearance, suitable for a wide range of habitat setups.
– Rare, sculptural driftwood with unique whitish appearance
– Crafted by nature’s elements for intricate shapes and soft textures
– Adds serenity and captivating environment to your habitat
– No tannins or barely any for crystal clear water
– Type: True driftwood
– Color: Whitish to pale
– Texture: Soft, sculptural shapes
– Wood Size: 30-100 cm
– Water Tannins: Does not or barely release water tannins.
– Packaging: Sold by piece. Available in Small, Medium, and Large sizes.
- Rinse the wood with water before use to remove any dust or debris.
- Most woods are buoyant and need to be soaked for approximately one month to become waterlogged and sink. During the initial setup, use rocks, anchors, wood tight, or other methods to temporarily submerge the wood until it becomes fully waterlogged.
- Saprolegnia, a white fungus-like growth, may appear on the wood during the initial stage. If it occurs, scrape and suction it out with a small tube frequently. It should naturally disappear within a month after the initial setup.
- Woods may cause a decrease in the pH level of the water. It is recommended to maintain a minimum kH of 3 to create a buffer effect and regularly monitor the pH level.
By following these usage directions, you can ensure a safe and healthy environment for your aquarium, paludarium, or terrarium inhabitants while enjoying the natural beauty that wood provides.