Moss ball Aquarium Kit Beautiful Live Plant (white)

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This is a highly unique addition to a home or office. Moss balls are regarded as good luck charms in Japan, and since they have been known to live to 200 years and beyond, they are often kept as family heirlooms. They are thought to symbolize close bonds between family members or close-knit friends, and are often passed down to children and grandchildren or nieces and nephews. By the time future generations receive the marimo balls, they will be larger in size and will continue to grow with each generation. Additionally, marimo balls are sometimes given to young children as “pets,” since the only care they require is occasional water changes. Marimo balls are thought to represent everlasting love; thus, they are often used as wedding table ornaments or even gifted at weddings. They are appropriate as a gift to the bride and groom, and smaller moss balls make wonderful take-home gifts for the guests that will serve as mementos of the newly-weds’ special day.

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Features

  • Extremely easy to take care of! These moss balls can even live in tap water with a water change once every 2 weeks. No need for special lighting, as Marimo does not like bright light. Do not keep the Aegagropila linnaei Kit in direct sunlight.
  • Moss Balls grow very slowly, so the Aegagropila linnaei you receive can live in the glass jar for years. Over time, the Aegagropila linnaei will become a "ship in a bottle" piece, and people will wonder how it got in the bottle in the first place.
  • Includes one Nano Aegagropila linnaei Moss Ball,5" glass jar with cork lid,sea fan,Conch and sand.
  • Express your love with the unforgettable romantic gift of the cherished . Let it be a daily reminder that true love lives and grows in the heart of those who care for it.
  • the unique plants which look like a green ball. According to ancient Japanese folklore, the Marimo symbolizes love in its purest form. The unacceptable love of a tribal chief's daughter for a commoner forced the young couple to run away from the village. In an effort never to be found and separated, the lovers metamorphosed into what is now known as Lake Akan's Marimo, where they dwell together for eternity.