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Weeping Moss on Slate Rock

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Vesicularia Ferriei commonly known as Weeping Moss. It grows relatively slow and required CO2 and medium/high light to grow well. It grows best when attached this moss to rock, stone or driftwood. It will grow roots and stick to the surface just like any other moss. 
Handmade Especially For You! The aquatic plant that already attached to a mat of slate rock approx. 3.9" x 1.9" / 10cm x 5cm in sizes. Simply drop them in the aquarium and watch them grow!
  • Sold as a mat/pad slate rock portion. ( approx. 3.9" x 1.9" / 10cm x 5cm )
  • Pictures are not the actual plants you will receive, but a sample representation.
CO2: Recommended
Growth Rates: Medium
Difficulty Level: Beginner
Nutrient Substrate: Not Required
Lighting Requirements: Medium - High

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    J.C.G.
    They arived

    Plants were rather brown when they arrived. Looked nothing like the photos when I opened the box.
    After a few weeks, they took off and are now twice as big and green. I do have strong lighting and no CO, nor do I add any plant fertilizer.
    I would buy them again.

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    A.D.
    No melting, very very little browning.

    Moss arrived in great condition. The pieces were several inches long. It was easy to remove from the slate and seems to be doing well.

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    S.L.
    Lots of moss, fantastic price.

    The moss I received wasn't grown out like the moss in the picture, however, I was given an extra portion at no extra cost. The moss was healthy and all of it survived!

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    M.B.
    Arrived quick and healthy

    Arrived quicker than expected and very healthy

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