Weeping Moss (Vesicularia Ferriei) is a plant that has begun to really grow in popularity within recent years. Being a great alternative to Java moss.
This plant’s unique branching style offers vivarium enthusiasts an interesting take on freshwater aquariums. The caretaking and propagation of this moss are much like many other common aquatic mosses and the distinctive hanging look this species of Vesicularia offers is sure to turn heads.
Common Names: Weeping Moss
Habitat: Freshwater Height: 1 inch thick
PH Range: 5.0 to 6.0
Temperature: 60°F to 70°F
What Is Weeping Moss?
Vesicularia Ferriei is a species of moss that grows in an outward fashion. This moss is mainly aquatic but will survive for a period of time on land if the humidity is high enough. Commonly referred to as weeping moss, this bryophyte is great for decoration around hardscapes giving off a mini tree look. Weeping moss is the perfect substitute for common mosses and easily adds a level of diversity to an enclosure that will easily set a tank apart for those interested in trying something new.