Marimo moss ball - Chladoflora - (2cm)

  • Stock: 366 units in stock
  • Dimensions: Diameter 15-20mm average
  • Model: P2020311
  • Origin: Cultivated
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Chladoflora (marimo moss ball) is an unusual aquarium plant that is extremely easy to keep in tropical environments. Create a fetching look by scattering about the aquarium in clusters.

Needing virtually no attention, these attractive plants look great in any aquarium and are particularly popular with shrimp keepers. Shrimp will love to hop on them and spend hours cleaning away! This velvety, aquarium plant is on average 1-2cm. The picture shows 3 moss balls so if you wanted 3, you would need to add that number to your shopping cart.

Tip: If you moss balls are floating, give them a gentle squeeze under water so any air within them is squeezed out and replaced with water.

by Emma W. on 10/3/2021

Ordered these in small size as I like to watch them grow. Arrived in great condition and my shrimp are loving them.

by ellie m. on 9/3/2021

Very quick delivery and all Marimo moss balls arrived in great condition, securely packed!

by Emily H. on 7/3/2021

Quick delivery. As described. Fish seem to like them.

by Judith T. on 2/3/2021

Giving 4star rather than 5 only because I had to rinse them quite a few times and really it’s probably as they were on sand.Otherwise I am delighted with these moss balls so much so that I bought 3 more.My daughter is taking 3 of them for her house.

by rikki w. on 15/2/2021

Great buy really good service and product came in great condition. thanks

by Sarah C. on 8/2/2021

I ordered 60 of these and they all arrived in great condition, a good size and my fish love them ; by far the best moss balls I have ever purchased

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Will they grow



One of my moss balls is falling apart, I tried re rolling it but it's not having any of it, it's just disintegrating.


That's unusual. If they split best tie onto wood.

How do they reproduce?


They don't reproduce, they just very slowly get bigger over time.

They need daily water change?



What do they eat ? If they eat



Would they even survive in an outdoor pond? And are they beneficial in any way?


Not over winter

How big do they grow to overtime? Do they come at 2cm and then grow to 3cm or.......jQuery111107290748574798573_1617823477788?


Very slow growth - unlikely to be noticeable 

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