Porous clay gravel that promotes an aquarium environment that helps freshwater plants thrive. Not likely to change a tank's pH balance. Can easily be mixed with other gravel, but looks nice by itself.
Some users gripe about residue or cloudy water, but this can be avoided with proper tank setup and filtration.
Premium gravel that's sourced from New Zealand. Smooth pebbles in several neutral colors look nice in a tank. A natural, triple-washed option that's ideal for freshwater aquariums.
This gravel is quite small, which may disappoint aquarium hobbyists that prefer larger stones.
Classic gravel that's suited for freshwater tanks. Safe to use and doesn't typically alter water's pH balance. Gravel has a nice texture without sharp pieces. Also looks appealing in water.
Some bags were quite dusty and didn't contain the advertised 5 pounds. Gravel is on the small side.
Made for saltwater tanks, this gravel inhibits algae growth while promoting the growth of coral. Contains marine bacterial for a healthy aquatic environment.
Some tanks developed cloudy water after this gravel was added.
Natural gravel that's attractive and safe for aquatic life. Ideal for freshwater setups. Attractive in a tank thanks to the smooth, natural-looking pebbles.
Although triple-washed, some pebbles were dusty when they arrived. A few bags had broken open in transit.
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