Rocks Sampler Kit - Miniature, Fairy Garden, Terrarium Rock, Succulent Topper, Air Plant, Wargaming Terrain, Desert Basing Material, Scenery

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$8.50
+ $7.60 shipping
$8.50
+ $7.60 shipping
In stock
Preparation takes 1-2 business days
Arrives from the United States

Features
Handmade
Made in Los Angeles, California

Item details

Rocks Sampler Kit is catered to those who are into creating their own scenery and or terrains using various different rocks. Perfect for DIY crafts.


100% Natural Rocks and Sand. Colors and size may vary.

Contents:
6 bags of 100g rocks and sand

-Tan Sand
-Beach Sand
-Milky White Crushed Rock
-Rio Grande Pebbles
-Crimba Gravel
-Red Desert Crushed Rock


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FAQs

Artificial moss balls are usually made with a soft plastic ball covered in synthetic hair. The plastic can be quite obvious. Although they are similar in appearance, original Marimo have very different characteristics from these modified replicas. These are usually balls of other species of algae or Java moss manually forced or even stitched into a round shape. You can change the shape of a real Marimo by rolling it between your hands. For example, if it’s lopsided you should be able to roll it into a more perfect ball. When placed in the tank for the first time, a real Marimo will usually float for a while before eventually sinking to the bottom. It won’t float again until the water is squeezed out of it.

Yes, this is a very normal situation. Most of the time, your marimo will sink under the water. However, if sufficient light sources provided and the marimo will perform photosynthesis, the large amount of oxygen bubbles inside the marimo will assist it to float up. Another situation is that your marimo performing photosynthesis with a lot of bubbles surrouding it but still sink at the bottom, this is due to the insufficient of bubbles to bring up the heavy marimo.

We can customize any terrarium size to your needs. Please contact us with the dimensions of your vase/aquarium and we will do our best to process your order.

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Marimo Moss Ball: - Rinse and lightly squeeze moss ball before placing in aquarium/terrarium. - Change water every 1 - 2 weeks. - Gently rinse to remove any debris. - Tap water is acceptable but fresh water (filtered) is recommended for best results. - Avoid direct sunlight, place Marimo in low indirect sunlight or low artificial light. Aquatic Plants: Avoid direct sunlight. (it won't help, it will do the opposite) Place it in low indirect sunlight or low artificial light.

Artificial moss balls are usually made with a soft plastic ball covered in synthetic hair. The plastic can be quite obvious. Although they are similar in appearance, original Marimo have very different characteristics from these modified replicas. These are usually balls of other species of algae or Java moss manually forced or even stitched into a round shape. You can change the shape of a real Marimo by rolling it between your hands. For example, if it’s lopsided you should be able to roll it into a more perfect ball. When placed in the tank for the first time, a real Marimo will usually float for a while before eventually sinking to the bottom. It won’t float again until the water is squeezed out of it.

Yes, this is a very normal situation. Most of the time, your marimo will sink under the water. However, if sufficient light sources provided and the marimo will perform photosynthesis, the large amount of oxygen bubbles inside the marimo will assist it to float up. Another situation is that your marimo performing photosynthesis with a lot of bubbles surrouding it but still sink at the bottom, this is due to the insufficient of bubbles to bring up the heavy marimo.

We can customize any terrarium size to your needs. Please contact us with the dimensions of your vase/aquarium and we will do our best to process your order.

Yes, we can make magic happen. Shoot us a message!

Marimo Moss Ball: - Rinse and lightly squeeze moss ball before placing in aquarium/terrarium. - Change water every 1 - 2 weeks. - Gently rinse to remove any debris. - Tap water is acceptable but fresh water (filtered) is recommended for best results. - Avoid direct sunlight, place Marimo in low indirect sunlight or low artificial light. Aquatic Plants: Avoid direct sunlight. (it won't help, it will do the opposite) Place it in low indirect sunlight or low artificial light.


    Reviews
    Average review
    (3)
    Came quickly and well packaged! Photos were a very good representation, pleased.
    Jul 2, 2018 by Audrey Sargent
    Apr 19, 2018 by shannon hudson
    Received and have already used most of the sand for my projects. Thank you. Just the right amount needed for my small projects. ;D
    Apr 13, 2018 by Erin

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Arrives from the United States
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