Hagen Marina Silk Plant Variety Pack Small
Pretty much exactly what I expected
These plants look really, really good considering they are artificial. The silk flows beautifully in the current, the colors look pretty good in natural light. If you're in my situation where your fish would strip a planted tank bare in a few weeks then this is really the only smart option left as normal plastic plants look really bad next to natural stone and wood. The plants are not nearly as durable as plastic so care should be taken during cleaning.
August 27, 2015
Nice fabric plants with great heavy base
Planted in sand substrate with gravel on top. Heavy base that a team of ciclids cannot move. They look really nice in the tank and the fabric is loads better than plastic plats.
I haven't had to clean these yet, so I don't know how difficult that step will be.
June 11, 2015
Good variety, realistic, well designed and manufactured product.
These artificial plants are crafted very carefully and have a look and feel of real plants. They feature a heavy base that keeps them rooted firmly under the gravel, and are attached securely so the individual branches don't break free. The leaves are plentiful and provide great cover and privacy without being so dense that they hide the fish completely. The variety within this assortment is well thought out and provides a good variety of sizes so the entire tank can be decorated with a realistic look without blocking the overall view. I have seen artificial plants similar to these at the local pet supply stores selling for much more money without providing any additional benefits.
May 4, 2015
Easy way to aquascape
I got the jumbo pack for my 29 gallon freshwater community tank, and these artificial plants go great with both the natural lava rock, and the artificial wood ornament. This collection was so big, I had to leave out one plant. You can just drop them in, and they will sink, couldn't be easier. Good variety of colors, sizes and shapes, to complement each other, and add depth to the aquascape. I was suprised to see my Otocynclus catfish and Amano shrimp hanging out on them, so even the aquatic life takes a liking to it.
June 25, 2014