More about MARIMOs – -After arrival of the order, just put them on your aquarium, glass vase or jar after arrival. Be sure it has tap water, NOT filtered. MARIMOs need minerals. -If they waft, carefully squeeze the air out. Once that is done, they’re going to sink naturally. -Marimo moss balls are naturally biological filter system, absorb unwanted ammonia, nitrites and nitrates out of your aquarium. They’re snail protected and don’t cause algae to grow either. -MARIMOs are the most productive ‘first-pets’. They’re very low maintenance and look cute within the aquariums. They grow along with your children and could be a lifelong pal to them. 🙂 -Marimo balls are a hit as a decorative item in social events, including weddings. Use them in a green theme event or as a return gift to children in a birthday party. MARIMOs are easiest gift items for a wide variety of event.
Marimos, some of the National Treasures of Japan, are used as the first pet, as a decoration ornament and in addition as a fun toy on your aquatic pets. Marimo is a favorite toy of fishes, betta & shrimps. They love playing with marimos and a few use marimos like a comfy hiding spot.
Marimos assist in bettering the standard of your aquarium by absorbing pollutants such as phosphates, nitrates, and ammonia, thus creating a conducive environment on your precious aquatic pets. Plus, taking good care of an aquatic pet has never been so easy. They may be able to be placed anywhere in an aquarium, a jar or perhaps a glass with tap water!
Marimo is a highly regarded plant in Japan. The growth rate of Marimo is about 5 mm per year. Hence an enormous marimo is about 7 years old!
The Japanese imagine that Marimo will bring good luck. Hence, they grow it in a glass bottle with just a few water & ceiling light. Water change is only required once each 2 weeks. This plant does NOT cause algae problem. Negligible maintenance required.