Accessories, Aquascape Tools, Floaters, Potted
ADA Wood Tight 10mSize: 10mBuy aquarium wood wire by ADA to tie plants to wood and rocks, now available online for delivery to Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Sharjah and across UAE.Wood Tight is a vinyl covered wire, temporarily fix ferns and Anubias until the plant spreads their roots on the driftwood. The brown wire is barely-noticeable in the aquarium layout. After fixing water plants, it is easy to cut and remove by scissors.SKU: AD106-034
Floaters, Potted, Soil & Substrates, Terrarium Products, Terrariums, Tissue CUlture Cup
Aquascape Wabi Kusa BallFloaters, Potted, Soil & Substrates, Terrarium Products, Terrariums, Tissue CUlture Cup
Aquascape Wabi Kusa Ball
Aquascape Wabi Kusa Balls are the perfect start for the art of wabi kusa. Our specialized wabi-kusa ball is ready to plant and has ideal mix of nutrients to ensure long-term growth of your aquatic and terrarium plants. The Aquascape Wabi Kusa Ball has a special layer that hold and retains water and moister that is needed for aquatic plants to thrive and grow.
Wabi Kusa is the art of arranging different aquatic plants growing on a substrate medium in the shape of a ball. The term “wabi-sabi” in Japanese, means something that is natural yet imperfect in which one can find beauty. The simple elegance of nature and it’s a tendency to stray from symmetry is the key to a beautiful wabi-kusa setup.SKU: n/a
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Asian Watermoss “Salvinis cucullata” Portion
- Rarely available
- Attractive floater from tropical Asia
- Under optimal conditions hood-like leaf shape
The “Asian watermoss” is also known as Salvinis cucullata is a very attractive floating fern species from tropical Asia where it occurs in sunny, still waters. Asian water moss is rarely available in trade and also not very well known among aquarium hobbyists.
Optimal growth conditions provided – plenty of light, rather high temperatures and nutrient-rich water – this Salvinia develops an interesting look with hood-like, rolled up leaves. It is scientifically named after that structure (from latin cucullus, cone or hood). With its side branches, the plant develops a dense floating mat with a comb-like look.SKU: n/a