Aquadistri Driftwood Small 18-28cm

  • Stock: 29 units in stock
  • Dimensions: Approx 18-28cm
  • Model: A4080010
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We offer a vast range of driftwood, varying in size and shape. Each unique piece ranges from 18 to 28cm in length. 

A rich, wholesome brown in colour these pieces of wood give a natural and humble look to any aquarium whether it is planted or non-planted.  Create a wild and untamed look by positioning amongst flourishing, bushy green plants or create a simply and refined look by positioning amongst pebbles or rocks.

Due to the diverse nature of these pieces of driftwood, plants such as Anubias nana bonzai, Microsorium windelov, Microsorium pteropus and Java Moss can be easily attached to the driftwood and allowed to mature. We recommend you use a good plant fertilizer such as Neutro T to ensure your plant decor maintains a strong and healthy existence.

This is a natural product so we recommend you thoroughly rinse your driftwood before placing in the aquarium.

The pieces of wood in the picture are typical pieces of the driftwood available however please note all will vary in size and shape. Also the picture shows three examples of the wood however it is sold per piece i.e. if you purchase 1 piece of wood you will receive 1 piece of wood.

A very popular, great value item well worth adding to your basket!!!

by Sara B. on 27/7/2019

Really nice, clean bit of driftwood. Good size and shape. Great product!

by Daniel H. on 3/4/2019

Exactly what you would expect. Nice piece of wood.

by Mike G. on 30/9/2017

Looks great and shrimp and snails love it.

by K T C. on 8/8/2017

Looks darker in water than the photo, make sure to water change after addition as initially the colour naturally leaks quite a bit.

by John Thorneycroft on 11/8/2016

Nice piece of wood just right for what I wanted

by Ammar Nasar on 12/1/2015

Excellent item was recommended according to the size of my tank

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Do you get all 3 bit of wood in the picture?



Sold per piece

I've bought 3 pieces. One of them has sunk. the other 2 are floating. They've been in soak overnight. What should I do?


Just anchor them down with something heavier and eventually they will sink

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