The range of stones we offer is dedicated to aquascaping. Thus we carry specially textured stones, some of which may harden the water slightly. If they do we mention this in the product text.
Ryuoh or Seiryu (also known as Minilandschaft) stones are especially attractive for an aquascaped layout. With their rugged exterior they can easily be combined to make larger formations. The grey colour of Ryuoh and Seiryu evokes the image of rugged massive rock formations or mountains. This makes them highly suitable for Iwagumi layouts.
Ohko, also called Dragon Stone, is an argillaceous rock that does not influence the water hardness, and whose holey structure and warm earthen tones make it an eye-catcher for your aquascape that gives it a very natural impression.
Elephant Skin (or Seegebirge) stones are strongly textured and fit very well into an aquascaped layout. Their natural-looking surfaces make them ideal for larger rock compositions in your aquascape. These stones harden the water slightly, however, you can easily compensate for this effect by large water changes.
Black Pagoda is a very attractive brown to anthracite-colored stone. Smaller pieces are very rugged, larger ones have different layers, hence the name "pagoda". This rock also hardens the water slightly.
Manten stones have a rough texture and are optimal for an Iwagumi layout. Their various warm tones and their rugged, rough exterior make them look like large boulders.
Koke stones are of volcanic origin and have a rough texture. Moss grows very well on them and attaches itself soon. A large number of small to medium-sized Koke stones makes for an attractive stone complex, on which ferns, Anubias and mosses find a good foothold and add some green accents to the rock formations.
Unzan stones are made from lava rock. They are given the shape of mountains, and they come with planting pockets. The aquatic plants thus fit very neatly into the mountain landscapes designed with Unzan stones and make the layout look perfectly natural.