If you're into freshwater aquariums, you've probably heard of Dragon Wood. It's a popular alternative to driftwood for building amazing aquascapes.
Dragon Wood is incredibly versatile and can be used to create all sorts of different looks. Plus, it's easy to find and relatively affordable.
If you're thinking about using Dragon Wood in your aquarium, there are a few things you should know.
- First, dragon wood is a slow-growing tree, so it's not as easy to find as driftwood.
- Secondly, it's a bit more expensive than driftwood. But, it's worth it!
- Dragon Wood is incredibly strong and sturdy, so it will last you a long time.
Dragon Wood has natural pores and holes in it that fish and shrimp can pass through, which is pretty darn cool. Speaking of cool, if you've ever seen appreciated an aquatic aquascape built using Dragon Ohko Stone, you're gonna dig Dragon Wood too since they look strikingly similar.
You don't even have to be a hobbyist to appreciate the beauty and splendor of Mother Nature's work when you see Dragon Wood up close. Our office and warehouse staff members united with a shared appreciation for the latest addition to the Lifegard Aquatics product family!
We are happy to announce that this item is now available for purchase. Distributors and stores should act fast because we are expecting the first shipment to go quickly. You snooze, you lose!