Marbles. Meh. They're fine, good price. What else can you say?
We have a ceramic basin that birds don't use because it's too slippery to hold on to the edge. Neighbors have bees, they come to drink and drown. I read that bees can only handle the shallowest water, so putting stone or marble in the water and letting them stand on it can prevent them from drowning. So, um. I bought marbles. We'll see bees like them.
Blue marble with a diameter of 100 ". The light passes through them very well, they are very attractive. I filled a glass jar with mine, which used to hold coins. Surprisingly, the 100 marbles take up so little space. It takes 10 bags or 1000 marbles to fill a gallon jar. I think I'll be satisfied with 100. The price is reasonable.
Good buy for the price, from what I can find online.
They look beautiful when mixed with light brown sand. My fish like them. They picked them up and moved around:) besides, they've been in my tank for about five weeks. The rock had no adverse effect. I just rinse them with hot water, then cold water, and put them in the tank.
These make my aquarium and flowerpot so enjoyable! I have three colors now: White, orange and green. They seem to have withstood the tide. They are easy to wash if necessary. And they are beautiful during the day, and they are sure to shine for a few hours at night, and then slowly fade (if you give me plenty of light during the day). But be careful if you have kids. They may look like candy and will be very attractive to the little guy.
I bought some bags of these turquoise stones and put them in my turtle aquarium. Sea turtles like to dig, so I can see the hills and caves of the entire aquarium. I guess turtles are interested in interior design!
yet some look like they are a type of granite or marble (I ...
Each pack has only 5-6 stones, but some look like granite or marble (I don't think they are, and I'm definitely not a geologist). The stone is big, either a golf ball or the size of a racket. This is a good way to "lift" your fish tank. If you want to stay away from gorgeous sungravel and seemingly cheap aquarium decorations (I used to have a plastic submarine and a giant head from Easter Island), these stones and living aquatic plants from Fluval will give my fish tank the complex look I want. Sometimes you need to grow up in your decorative tastes, including fish tanks. It cost six bags ($66) of these polished and polished stones to cover the bottom of the Fluval Edge 44L tank-but that tank was wider than it was, so YMMV.