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Bael Tree Pods/ Bell Cups (3 Pack)

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  • Maris - 2020 Sep 29th

    5
    Beautiful addition to my tanks

    It sunk easily by putting a thin layer of gravels, and it’s creating a great hideout for ny bee shrimps.

1 Review

  • Maris - 2020 Sep 29th

    5
    Beautiful addition to my tanks

    It sunk easily by putting a thin layer of gravels, and it’s creating a great hideout for ny bee shrimps.

Description

The Bael Tree Pod also commonly known as 'Bell Cup', are the outer shell of the fruit that belonged to the Bael Tree native to India.  

When used in the aquarium, this botanical can enrich your aquarium’s overall vitality and offers a natural and textured look to any aquarium scape. 

 

Package:

This pack includes 3 Bell Cups in various sizes ranging from 2 to 3 inches in diameter. 

 

Ideas:

On its side, bury a quarter of the pot into substrate. Try adding moss to the top side of the pot to give a beautiful hideout for your aquarium inhabitants.

 

Preparation:

Note* Bell cups are light weight. After waterlogging, it is possible they may still float. Try adding some substrate or small stones in the cup until fully waterlogged.  

How to Get the 'Tint':

Botanicals can be used in your aquarium to achieve various outcomes. If your enjoy the 'tinted' look, these botanicals will help you get this without hesitation.

We recommend to boil all botanicals for approximately 20 to 30 minutes to clean away any bacteria, dirt and debris. Afterwards, allow your botanicals to sit over night in clean water, rinse, and place into aquarium. If they do not yet sink, you can weigh them down with stones, substrate ect. until they are fully waterlogged.

How to Get Minimal or No 'Tint':

Some Aquascapers prefer to have less of the 'tint affect' in the form of taninns released from botanicals. No problem! Repeat the boiling instructions above. Afterwards, soak botanicals in clean water for 1 week, ensuring water changes every 2 days. Once the botanicals are in the aquarium, you may have to do water changes more often depending on your desired level of tint.