Certain tuberous plants, such as Aponogeton boivinianus, require a period of rest once their growth begins to slow. Mosses usually grow on rocks, tree trunks, and roots in darker areas of forests. With the increased popularity of nano aquariums and shrimp keeping, there has been a boom in the diversity of live mosses in the trade.
Discover more moss species in our In-Vitro Range.
Tuber with shoots
Decorative plant for the background
Plant with a grid-like appearance
Plant with strong wavy leaves
Red-leaved water lily plant
Spherical green algae popular in shrimp aquariums
Decorative spherical green algae.
3x in a can
Fast-growing, algae-averting stem plant
In a blister
An unusual fern plant with moss-like appearance. In blister
Fast-growing swimming fern.
Delicate moss for the foreground
Popular and undemanding moss
Well-growing and undemanding moss
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