We offer a very wide range of driftwood, with many different kinds of wood for your aquascape. You will always get exactly the piece of driftwood you see in the product picture.
Black Iron Wood is very dark and usually immediately sinking. There are straight pieces and very ramified ones, and everything in between. Its rather massive look makes it perfect for aquascapes with the focus on driftwood. The dark colors contrast nicely against the green hues of the aquatic plants.
Red moorwood is very ramified. When submersed, this wood looks brown to slightly reddish. Sometimes, red moorwood is also sold under the name spiderwood. Its delicate shape makes red moorwood a perfect piece for aquascapes, and it offers many different layouting possibilities.
Talawa wood is strongly textured, and has areas with the bark still in place, which make it look very natural. Moreover, the wood is of a lighter colour than the bark, which adds to the very natural impression. Talawa wood is often very straight, in contrast to most other kinds of driftwood. It gives the aquascaper a host of new layouting possibilities.
Moorwood has very different, natural-looking shapes, from tree stumps to withered roots to very finely ramified branches. Moorwood comes in different hues, and it is a great choice for every aquascape.
Mekong wood is very hard, with straight lines. Optimal are compositions of several pieces of this wood. Mekong wood is a great choice for aquascapes where you want some of the wood above the waterline.