Aquarium Moss

Aquarium Moss

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Aquarium moss provides benefits to aquariums due to the ability to soak up nitrates as well as provide a natural environment for fish. Moss does not need to be planted directly and has low light requirements.

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Aquarium Moss

Aquarium moss provides benefits to aquariums due to the ability to soak up nitrates as well as provide a natural environment for fish.

Moss does not need to be planted directly and has low light requirements. It can be affixed to mesh or decorations using glue or thread. Moss is fast-growing and typically reaches a height of around 3-4 inches.

Aquarium Moss is one of the most common and highly prevalent mosses. There are several different types of aquatic moss, so be sure to keep this in mind when choosing which variety one would like. The top five rated aquarium mosses are Phoenix moss, java moss, Christmas moss, pellia liverwort, and crystalwort. Each one varies slightly but no matter if one of these is chosen or a different variety, it will be sure not to disappoint. It will give the aquarium a more finished, natural appearance and it is easy to grow. It is a moderate growing moss and will grow on things like rocks and wood. It can also be used to make a carpet or moss wall if desired. This moss is safe for animals as well as fish, and it can be used in a wet environment. This moss loves shady areas and is very hardy. It can grow up to 12 inches in height or more and tends to grow in a cluster like grouping. These groups can become large and may need to be separated. This type of plant is one that will do well inside or outside the home. This moss is sure to make any aquarium have a beautiful natural look. The best way to plant this in an aquarium is to use fishing line or cotton and tie it down in the desirable place. Over time the moss will attach itself to the surface it was tied down on. To keep the shape that one wants it may need to be pruned.

Aquarium Moss Ships As – Bareroot Plant