Natural Gravel for Aquariums
SevenPorts is your trusted supplier for natural gravel for aquariums. If you need sand, gravel, or any kind of substrate for your freshwater fish or planted aquarium, we are sure to have it in our online inventory. Our natural gravel helps to promote better overall health for your fish, shrimp, plants, and other aquatic species so that they thrive in your tank.
Substrate for Aquariums
Looking for substrate for aquariums? You may need black diamond substrate for your aquarium. These tiny stones are great for bottom feeders such as catfish. Our small substrate stones are eco-friendly and are suitable for both freshwater and planted tanks. Additionally, the smooth surfaces protect fish species from accidental injury. You also don't have to worry about water discoloration. Learn about the importance of planted aquarium substrate and how it improves the quality of aquatic life in your tank.
We also have eco-complete planted aquarium gravel which contains iron, calcium, magnesium, potassium, and over 25 other elements to properly nourish your aquatic plants.
Sand for Aquariums
Sand for aquariums is essential for a variety of species, including African Cichlids and shrimp. For example, African Cichlids need the appropriate level of pH and our Eco-Complete African Chiclid Substrate is filled with minerals to maintain the high pH which this fish type needs. Likewise, our shrimp sand helps to promote shrimp growth and increase their survival rate. Our aquarium sand is designed specifically for all exotic shrimp species.
Shop Natural Gravel
If you're new to the aquarium-keeping hobby, you may be wondering why you need gravel or substrate. Natural gravel and substrate function as biological filtration, provides a pleasant habitat for your fish, shrimp, crabs, and other animals, and makes the tank look attractive, among other things. In addition, be sure to keep your substrate clean. Shop aquarium gravel today to get great deals on substrate, sand, soil, and more. You can give us a call at 1 (626) 333-5372 for additional information, aquarium, fish, or plant care, and more.