SubstrateSource Cholla Wood Aquarium & Terrarium Driftwood, 4-in, 3 count

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About This Item

  • Set of three dried driftwood are made from the dried husk of the Cholla cactus.
  • Functions as both an all-natural freshwater aquarium and a shelter for fish and shrimp.
  • Also great as a climbing surface in your hermit crab habitat or as a base to attach plants.
  • Generates biofilm for algae-eating fish and shrimp.
  • Each hand-selected piece measures 4 inches long by .5 to 1.5 inches in diameter.

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Fish TypeN/ATropical Freshwater, Betta, Cichlid, Goldfish, Marine FishN/ATropical FreshwaterTropical Freshwater, Betta, Cichlid, Goldfish, Marine Fish
Aquarium TypeFreshwater, SaltwaterFreshwater, SaltwaterFreshwater, SaltwaterFreshwaterFreshwater, Saltwater
MaterialWoodWoodWoodN/AWood

Questions & Answers

9 Customer Questions


Will this stay at the bottom or just float to the top? I want it to anchor plants down.
Answer by ChewyJul 30, 2020
This driftwood will remain at the bottom of your tank. For best results, pre-soak to allow saturation before adding to the aquarium or terrarium.

Will this help lower the pH? I want to do it naturally and not add chemicals.
Answer by ChewyApr 13, 2019
Cholla wood is a fantastic and natural way to lower and buffer pH.

is this good for plecos? I need to replace driftwood in the tank now and was wondering. I like the look!
Answer by ChewySep 30, 2019
This driftwood may be used in a pleco aquarium.

Do you have to boil this or put it in water before you put it in your fish tank ?
Answer by ChewyMar 23, 2021
When adding this driftwood to your tank, you must rinse before use. For best results, pre-soak to allow saturation before adding to the aquarium or terrarium.


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51 Customer Reviews



Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By MomOfThree on Mar 25, 2022

I only wish I'd ordered a 2nd set!

These 3 pieces of Cholla wood are exactly as described and look exactly like the picture, which is nice because there's no surprise in what you're getting! My only problem is that I wish i had ordered a second set! They look so cute scattered in our tank, and our pleco "Boomer" just loves these!


Rated 3 out of 5 stars
By Jeni on Mar 16, 2022

Super tiny

I thought it was for an aquarium but it wasn’t. The wood started to mold and come apart, it left a nasty chunk of moldy slime floating in the tank. It may be fine for a dry tank but definitely not for a water one! It’s also half the size I expected it to be and I expected it to be really small.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Axolotl22 on Mar 12, 2022

Good Wood.

In my head, this was much larger than I actually got. But it worked out great since our axolotl is super small and the cost is great for the product. Eventually it will sink to the bottom after a couple of days of floating as well.


Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By Twisted1 on Sep 11, 2021

Cholla wood review

Let them sit in water to relive as many tannins and to allow them to become saturated and sink for about a week. Even when saturated they’ll move around the tank. Ended up using some left over lead weights from my plants to hold them down. The Mexican dwarf crayfish like to climb through them. Haven’t added any shrimp as of yet. Not bad overall though.


Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By Cece on Aug 26, 2021

Fits the vibe

I love how they look. I have a 3 gallon tank and it fits perfectly. My only complaint is that 1 of the 3 pieces will not submerge.


Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Onekoolmom2 on Aug 12, 2021

Deceiving pictures

I have never seen Cholla wood so small around. They are 4 inches long but only maybe 1/2 “ diameter. No use to me.


Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By britney12 on Sep 2, 2021

driftwood 4-in

I’m sorry but for almost $10 it’s not worth it they are extremely small


Rated 2 out of 5 stars
By TaylorJ on Jun 19, 2021

it’s not the best thing

I bought them thinking they wouldn’t be as small as they are, good concept but I wish they were at least a little bigger than they are


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By DanielleH on May 20, 2021

exactly as pictured !

Looks like it does in the photos. Got it for my Axolotl tank and works fine, naturally balanced the pH once it was cycled.


Rated 2 out of 5 stars
By Andrew12 on Apr 17, 2021

very small

They were very small and mine haven’t even sunk to the bottom in a couple days I would defiantly get bigger ones like the idea not the size