Amblystegium serpens Tissue Culture
Amblystegium serpens, or creeping feather-moss. When submerged, it develops delicate upright stems. Best placed in the foreground and in nano tanks.
Amblystegium serpens, or creeping feather-moss, is distributed on the entire northern hemisphere, but is also found in South America, Australia and New Zealand. It prefers nutrient-rich locations with a basic pH, moderately dry to moist, sunny to shaded, on soil along roads and in gardens, under trees and bushes, and also on dead wood, bark and rocks. This small inconspicuous moss often accompanies other commonplace mosses like Brachythecium rutabulum.
Aquaflora In-Vitro Plants. A new packaging design that puts our plants in the spot light and protects their quality and health. The transparent packaging allows the plants to get enough light. The lid of the in vitro cup is locked in the packaging to prevent unnecessary opening of the cup.
In vitro plants are young plants that are produced in a laboratory. They are easy to use, extremely healthy and free from snails, algae, pesticides and other unwanted organisms. One in vitro cup equals to several traditionally grown pots so besides the health benefits they are also good value for money.