Willow Moss can be left in your aquarium to roam around in the current until it finds a natural place to rest. It will attach itself to bogwood, roots, stones an many other tank items. You can also manipulate where it is to grow by attaching it to items within your aquarium. For example, you can use fishing line or similar to tie it to bogwood or rough stones. After a couple of weeks it will have grown into its host and you can remove the line. You can also attach it to corks (from wine bottles or natural decorative bark) in a similar manner. This provides valuable floating shade or retreats for your shrimp adults and babies. Does well in most tank conditions and normal lighting conditions.
Sold in a golf ball size.
Posted by Unknown on 14th Apr 2016
Received a large amont but it was all brown. Placed in my tank antway we'll see if it comes back.
Posted by Sarah on 11th Apr 2014
The moss looks pretty good, I'm still wondering if it will even grow though, because it doesn't have any roots. I also got quite a decent amount so that's good :)
Posted by James on 21st Mar 2014
ordered some willow moss. shipped in a timely manner and was a decent amount for the price. my shrimp definitely like it too.
Posted by Glenn Brockschmidt on 21st Feb 2014
It was packaged well, the quantity was a good value, and the moss was healthy. Haven't had it long but it seems to be doing well and my shrimp love to hang out on it.