Fittonia Albivenis On Clay Moss Ball
Fittonia Albivenis is a creeping, evergreen perennial that comes from tropical rainforests in South America. Easily identified by its striking pattern, Fittonia Albivenis showcases bold red veins against its dark green leaves that make for a unique plant with attractive looks. Fittonia is generally easy-going and can be used in terrarium-like setups such as vivariums and paludariums. This plant should not be submerged fully in water, but it will enjoy relatively high humidity and misting on its leaves.
The Fittonia Albivenis has been attached on top of a terra cotta ball, to be placed in a terrarium, vivarium, or paladarium. The terra cotta ball is entirely wrapped with Christmas moss to create a seamless transition between the plants. This is a perfect piece for new beginners trying their hand at live plants for the first time. Moss is considered a low light and low requirement plant that anyone can keep. As long as the moss stays wet and has light, they will grow. The Fittonia Albivenis will provide a pop of color, that will contrast nicely against the green moss. New growth can be trimmed and reattached to rock or wood.
pH: 6.0 - 8.0
Co2: Not Necessary
Propagation: Cut Fittonia, Cut or Rip moss.
Growth rate: Moderate