Several different types of driftwood are available for aquariums.

Today’s fish tanks are never complete without driftwood for aquarium….
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Driftwood can make an aquarium design look amazing if you know what kind and how much driftwood to use. Sinking driftwood in your fishtank can be a real pain in the rear, I recommend you boil the driftwood at first, before using it in your aquascape.


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Another option would be planting the Dwarf Baby Tears on driftwood or rocks, but most aquarists would plant them in the foreground, alone or along with other foreground contrasting plants. Breeding is very easy and can be done either by replanting cuttings from other plants or by leaving roots branched off and expanding through the substrate. Always remember to constantly trim the Hemianthus callitrichoides in order to achieve a uniform lawn appearance. *Driftwood can lower your pH, so be aware of this when adding; DO NOT USE IN MARINE AQUARIUMS
Photo provided by FlickrIch cysts attach themselves to surfaces in the aquarium--so the driftwood probably has ich cysts on there as well.
Photo provided by FlickrAside from giving a natural look to your aquarium, adding driftwood to a goldfish aquarium offers the following benefits:
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What is driftwood? How can it be useful and why must we use it in an aquarium? These are the basic questions anyone looking at a piece of aquarium driftwood might ask.Standard driftwood is the most easily found almost anywhere and it’s the only driftwood that floats. Through erosion, branches of tree trunks form into driftwood and can be found in all sizes and shapes. When it comes to your aquarium, allowing driftwood to float on the surface of the water or sink to the bottom by soaking in the aquarium over a period of time or attaching a piece of slate to the driftwood with a stainless steel screw. After it sinks, you can cover the slate with gravel, rocks, or aquatic plants.Aquarium driftwood is a piece of wood that has been broken off by tides, waves, or winds that have washed onto the beach of a lake, sea, or river. It is a form of marine wreckage, ruins, seaweed, or marine vegetation.Malaysian driftwood will work perfect if you want to attach aquarium plants because it does not float so it will also look great in any aquarium.Savannah Root is a driftwood that sinks by itself and does not need to be mounted to anything else. It will make a perfect addition to any aquarium.Not only is aquarium driftwood a stylish ornament or furniture to be displayed in your tank, but it is also used as a hideaway for fish or other aquarium creatures. There are endless possibilities when it comes to . It can also be a base for an underwater sand or gravel dune.