Marimo balls are photosynthetic and exhibit unique behaviours according to environmental change due to water temperature and rays of light by drifting or rolling in the water. They grow roughly 5mm a year and can exist for a long time, the longest living Marimo ball existed over 100 years! Marimo balls are currently preserved in Japan to keep them from going obsolete.
Marimo moss ball
A pretty aquatic twig
(and anything you want to pretty up the place for your terrarium)
1. In a clean jar perfectly and pour the sand in it.
2. Place the aquatic twig in the sand so the roots are covered.
3. Then house the shells and pebbles.
4. Fill the Yera glass jar with water.
How to take care of it?
Replace the water every 15 days. While replacing the water, bring out the moss ball, pat it, and tenderly shape to support the moss ball retain its orbicular shape. Keep in a well-lit space, away from direct sunlight.