Gingko Leaves - Castle Dawn Aquatics
Gingko Leaves - Castle Dawn Aquatics
Golden Gingko Leaves (50 Pack) - Castle Dawn Aquatics
Golden Gingko Leaves (50 Pack) - Castle Dawn Aquatics
Golden Gingko Leaves (50 Pack) - Castle Dawn Aquatics

Golden Gingko Leaves (50 Pack)

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These beautiful leaves come from the Ginkgo biloba, which is the only living species of Ginkgoales that first appeared over 290 million years ago. Although they do not produce much in the way of tannins, their elegant shape and rich gold colour really add a unique and exquisite element to any blackwater aquarium. They are a favourite with our shrimp customers as Neocaridina and Caridina shrimp enjoy dining on the delicate textured leaves.

Tannins Released: Low

All our leaves are organically sourced, and free from harmful pesticides.

Our leaves are cosmetically varied and as nature intended, flaws and all. Colour, shape, size and appearance will vary throughout.

Key Features and Important Notes:

  • Average Size: 4-5 cm.
  • Flora: Ginkgo biloba
  • Source: South East Asia
  • All our botanicals are sourced organically, and free from pesticides and chemicals.
  • Releases beneficial tannins into the water.
  • Naturally lowers the pH.
  • Provides a natural food source for shrimp and plecos through biofilm development.
  • Boil for 15 minutes and then soak in cold water overnight before introducing the leaves into the aquarium.
  • This is a natural product, therefore, colour, shape, and size will vary from piece to piece.
  • Our leaves have fallen from the tree naturally and have not been plucked before chloroplasts have broken down.
  • This product is part of our Wild Betta Rescue Program. By purchasing this item you are helping us continue our conservation efforts throughout Southeast Asia.
  • The product is for aquarium use only and not for human consumption. 

Size: Pack of 50

Pack of 50
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