Background aquarium plants are aquatic plants that are typically placed in the rear or background of a freshwater aquarium. These plants serve several purposes in the aquarium, including providing aesthetic appeal, creating a natural and visually pleasing backdrop, and offering shelter and hiding places for fish and other aquatic creatures
Greening Your World, One Moss at a Time: Discover the Tranquility of Terrestrial Mosses in Your Terrarium.
ADA Moss Bag - Taxiphyllum sp. 'Spiky Moss' with Magic Moss Cotton is characterized by its upright growth and appearance similar to that of dark green fir trees. It is a fantastic choice for beginner aquarists.
ADA Moss Bag - Vesicularia montagnei 'Christmas Moss' with Magic Moss Cotton: Vesicularia montagnei or Christmas moss is distinguished by its is fir tree branches. It requires trimming to keep its shape attractive.It grows in bushy patches that are always a good hiding place for shrimp and fry.
Live Terrarium Plants
ADA Moss Bag - Taxiphyllum sp 'Peacock Moss' with Magic Moss Cotton is almost like the branch of a fir. It has an intensive dark green color and grows relatively fast for moss.
Ludwigia repens 'Super red' is a beautiful aquatic trailing plant that can be grown partially or completely submerged in the water. When grown fully immersed, this colored stem plant will produce lobed leaves that range in color from deep green to brownish red to deep crimson.
Rotala sp. 'Vietnam' can be used in the mid- to background of any aquascape, particularly in ones that rely heavily on stem plants. It is a very fine-leaved stem plant, the leaves are longer than Rotala wallichii and are light golden brown to pink in color.
Taxiphyllum sp Flame/ Flame Moss: The flame moss appears magnificent. Flame Moss is a kind of flora that can improve the style of any aquarium with its delightful green gleam. One thing that sets these aquatic emerald green varieties apart is their pattern of growth.