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Tiger Wood Drift Wood

Tiger Wood Drift Wood

Regular price $39.99 USD
Regular price Sale price $39.99 USD
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Tigerwood is a unique driftwood that makes for a beautiful centerpiece for larger aquariums. 

Tigerwood driftwood experiences a tree-like growth, as it grows out from one central location. Each piece of tigerwood is unique and complex in design but follows this general overall structure. No piece of tigerwood driftwood is identical. And so you will receive a unique piece that follows a general structure.


The tigerwood driftwood can serve as an anchor for various plants, such as Anubis, java moss, java ferns, and more. The result is a beautifully crafted underwater tree for your aquarium that catches the eye.


Tigerwood is not harmful to fish - in fact, they’ll like it! They’ll enjoy swimming around the branches and also provide different places to hide.


We recommended rinsing and pre-soaking any piece of tigerwood before placing it in your aquarium. Larger pieces may sink to the bottom right away; whereas smaller pieces may float for a few days before becoming water-logged and sink down to the substrate. For quicker sinkage, try boiling the water for 20-30 minutes.


Our tigerwood driftwood is 100% real driftwood. Available in large and extra-large sizes.

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    If you accept your plants on the first delivery attempt and find that they did not survive the shipment, please take a photo of the deceased plants within 12 hours of delivery, and, submit a claim by clicking HERE. Please have the email you completed the purchase with and your order number ready. When prompted, please select 'Damaged' as your reason. 

  • Hitchhiker Warning

    We recommend cleaning all plants before adding them to your tank. We regularly perform quality checks prior to shipping plants. However, we cannot guarantee our plants to be snail or hitchhiker-free. If you do not want to risk snails, please consider rinsing plants, conducting a bleach dip, or quarantining plants prior to adding them in your aquarium. Snails are a natural part of working with live plants.