There is something about small, intricate details in an aquascape that really brings it to life! We're sure you'll find a thousand reasons for "Twenty Twigs"
These are from Oak trees, with a little bit of texture and character in each one! It's that sort of "character" that really creates interesting detail in your aquascapes! Oh- and an additional bonus? They are packed with tannins and can really tint your water nicely! And they look so "generic-tropical" that you won't be able to resist trying these!
"Twenty Twigs" is just that- twenty nicely random little twigs, ranging ranging in size from less than 2 inches (5.08cm) up to 10 inches (25.4cm)!
If you're looking for larger pieces, we have a "Large Size" package (still 20 pieces), which only contains slightly larger pieces...some possibly up to 15"(38.1cm), and all considerably thicker than our "Regular Size" specimens.
PREPARATION: We like to boil them for about 15 minutes, then let them sit in the water until they sink easily. Give 'em a quick rinse, and you're good to go! Of course, the larger sized ones won't likely fit in a pot, so it's all about soaking, like any other wood type.
ORIGIN: North America
NOTE: THE PHOTO IS REPRESENTATIVE OF THE TYPICAL SIZES AND SHAPES OF PIECES INCLUDED IN A PACK. THESE ARE NOT "WYSIWYG" SETS, AND THE PHOTO WILL SERVE AS A REASONABLE REPRESENTATION OF WHAT TO EXPECT IN YOUR PACKAGE!
SPECIAL NOTE: WE ARE NOT CURRENTLY ABLE TO SHIP THESE BRANCHES INTERNATIONALLY!
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