I use stainless steel
staples to anchor plants to the cypress driftwood. Since the wood is
soft-grain - it is just a finger push in of the staples.
can also anchor plants to the Cypress Driftwood with fishing
line or thread - not too tight as to cut the plant. I have
also used rubber bands for plants that attach quickly.
les Ronds Planters
to 5" diameter.
These plant holders so similar to donuts are small,
but quite mutlifunctional!
They are perfect to use for attaching plants,
or if like many, need the ability to move some plants from tank
Without attached plants, plecos, yoyos as well as other loaches
such as dojo loaches, love to use them to "play with"
- going through them, under them, moving them. They are great
for use on the front of non-cypress caves, to help create a more
natural setting. You can also use them to collect snails. Just
pull them from your tank (making sure no fish or plant is
attached), drop them for a couple minutes in boiling water, let
cool and back into the tank - snail free - even of those pesky
snail egg clusters. Try em! You'll like em!
Court Cuisse Driftwood
7" Tall by 5" Wide by 1" Deep
A smaller cypress driftwood selection - nicely carved.
With its open wood grain, anubias and other plants will easily
attach. Complete with natural stone anchor.
5" Tall by 4" Diameter (Approx)
Cypress Planters are great for the Aquarist that likes to attach plants to
Not only do
the planters make it easy to plant, they also make it easy to keep plants in
bare bottom tanks!
a great addition to any tank!
Planters will need to be
boiled to waterlog or weighted down for attaching plants.
Pleco Wafer Cypress
Approx 4" to
are excellent not only for small tanks, but for pleco tanks or for attaching
plants. omplete with a natural stone anchor.
is the only wood that we give a generic picture of the wood.
shapes and styles vary.
Much Plecos and Bristlenose Love Swampy's Pleco Wafers?
picture to see!
Discounts for multiple buys.
Beneficial for Fish
How to Use