Item Amount: Shown in Gallery Image with hand
Temperature: 18 – 26 Degrees
Growth Rate: Slow
Lighting: Low to Medium
Additional Information: Place this moss thinly on a rock of driftwood and wrap fishing line around it and watch it grow into a beautiful a ray of peacock tail shaped leaves. NB: If you make the moss to thick the underneath moss that does not see light will not grow and turn brown. This moss does not do well in temperatures above 26 degrees and eventually looses it’s peacock tail shape appearance if kept long enough in hot temperatures.
This is not common like Java or Christmas Moss and is by far the prettiest out of the three due to the way it “fans out”, as well as the texture is much thicker and softer.
N.B. This plant may or may not contain harmless non-plant eating aquatic snails (if you do not wish to keep aquatic snails in your aquarium please refer to our plant dip section under the FAQ and inspect your plants thoroughly for clear gel like snail eggs).