A Thousand Wishes Live Marimo Moss Ball Terrarium Accessory Clip - 101 % Natural Sand from Japan
Manufacturer: WearIt Co.
This live orb terrarium accessory clip is filled with the natural beach sands of Japan , decorative sea fan, seashell, water, and a live Marimo moss ball. The top of the orb features a screw cap top with hole opening of 3 mm which allows water change. This orb captures the beautiful underwater terrarium environment for you to wear and view. Shake it around to see all the elements move as in the real ocean currents. ..................................................................................................................... Marimo Care Info Lighting - Keep orb in low indirect lighting, avoid prolonged direct sunlight Water Change - Replace water every 2 weeks with included syringe. Caring for your terrarium is easy and fun! 1. Twist off screw cap gently. 2. Hold orb sideways and then insert syringe to drain water. 3. After orb is drained, refill water via syringe with spring water or tap water. 4. Screw cap back onto the orb and wear! About A Thousand Wishes Terrariums This lovely terrarium features the "star shaped shaped" from Kaiji Beach, Japan. The sand is referred to by locals as "Star Sand" which takes it's shape after tiny star shaped crustaceans found on the beach. The sand source is collected locally and used exclusively in our jewelry and accessories to recreate the most natural terrariums available to you! ..................................................................................................................... Details: Mea...
Manufacturer: William Tricker Inc.
Brand: William Tricker Inc.
Bogbean (Menyanthes trifoliata). Its fragrant white flowers are borne on stout stalks, fringed and suffused with pink. One of the first to bloom in the spring. A true harbinger of spring. It will survive harsh winters under ice and snow. .
SunGrow 10 Catappa Giant Leaf - For Soft Water Live Fish Betta Discus Arowana Breeding Aquarium Aquatic Tank
Manufacturer: MARIMO PET STORE
Natural is best and nothing is more pure and natural than SunGrow Catappa Leaves. These organic, hand-picked leaves are the perfect addition to your aquarium. They may not be on the top of your shopping list now, but they are about to be. Catappa Leaves are actually one of the most hardworking vegetation in your tank, providing a whole slew of benefits for fishes, shrimps, frogs and even snails. Catappa Leaves are rich in tannin and humic acids that are the right pH level for soft water and blackwater fishes. It creates the right environment for sick fishes to heal and for healthy fishes to thrive and breed. When soft, the leaves also provide a diet supplement and snails, shrimp and fishes have been known to occasionally take a nibble on these leaves to keep themselves healthy. The leaves also form makeshift shelters for fishes to sleep under and are great nests for their eggs to latch onto. You'll be sent 10 giant pcs of Catappa leaves. The size for each leave is about 7.5" (18 to 20cm) length, 3.7" (9 to 10cm) wide. Simply drop them in the tank. After a few days, you'll notice your tank water browning. This is natural as tannins are being released into the water (much like tea in water). Your tank water now has the right amount of nutrients and healing properties your fishes need. Remove the leaves after a few weeks or when you see that they've started disintegrating. When it comes to the health of your fish, always go with natural. SunGrow Catappa Leaves are organic and h...
Blue Beautiful Aquatic Mini Lotus Flowers 10 Seeds
Zones 4 - 11. This aquatic perennial's tuberous roots colonize the soil at the bottom of earth-bottom ponds, or the soil in containers fully submerged in lined ponds. The stems of the leaves can reach the surface of water that's nearly two feet deep-and then continue upward, above the water, a few inches or even a foot farther. The roots don't tolerate frost but the tubers and roots are hardy anywhere the water above the soil is deep enough that the pond's surface-ice doesn't freeze all the way down to the soil, and yet is not so deep that their leaves can't reach at least a bit above the water's surface to get the full sun they need to grow and flower: From the frost-free tropics of Zone 11, then, all the way down to the seriously-Wintered Zone 4 of Northern Vermont and Canada. Few plants, aquatic or terrestrial, have such a world-wide versatility.
Bloomsz Marginal Bog Plant Mini Cattail Typha Gracilis - Root
Manufacturer: Bloomsz, LLC
No pond or water garden would be complete without a few Mini Cattail Typha Gracilis along its edges. Commonly known as "Cattails," these marginal plants produce narrow, sword-like green leaves and green flower spikes. Flowers, called "catkins," start to appear in July and last through October. The catkins gradually turn brown and release their downy seeds as they begin to die off in autumn. When the foliage turns brown, cut it back to 1"-2" above the water line