Flame Moss on Stainless Steel

Common Name: Flame Moss

Taxiphyllum 'Flame'

Flame moss is a unique type of aquatic moss that grows in a distinct upward pattern.  The individual fronds of this plant twists up to create an interesting look when grown attached to rock, wood, or stainless steel mesh.  

This plant provides excellent shade and coverage for shrimp and fish.   Moss is very versatile and can be attached to hardscapes or left free floating.  It can be grown under a wide range of aquarium conditions, recommended for breeders, beginners, and all. 

pH: 6-8

Care: Easy

Light: Low to Medium

Co2: Not necessary but recommended 

Propagation: Cut, Rip, Chew


This Flame Moss has been growing on a 3" x 3" stainless steel mesh. The moss is less than 1 inch tall

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Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews
Beautiful Moss

I ordered 1 Flame Moss on a 3x3" stainless steel mesh. The moss came in looking perfect. It was about half an inch tall and looked completely green and very dense. This was my first time buying moss and it had a more durable texture than I was expecting. I put half of it in a tank with Dwarf Gouramis and I'm glad that they aren't interested in eating it. The moss has been growing really quickly. I've even been able to start propagating it onto rocks. By the way after a week or two it will start clinging onto the rocks by itself. I'm very happy with this beautiful moss. (The first picture is how it came in and the second is how it is a few weeks later in a medium light tank. I actually cut the big piece in half and the other half of the mesh is in a different tank.)


Your flame moss is !

Exactly what i was hoping for..

I ordered Flame moss on SS x3 and it arrived lush and green as it could possibly be.. Its been almost 2 weeks and already showing good growth..

Good Quality

I bought this 3x3 Flame Moss on sale for ~$10each. It looked just like the picture and filled up the entire 3x3 square and stood about 1inch high. It was 100% green and healthy.

I ended up not wanting the wire base, so I pulled the moss off of it. I noticed that the moss wasn't actually attached to the wire mesh, it was grown firmly into a plastic mesh which was then wrapped tightly around the wire base. This was a good thing in my case.

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