JAVA MOSS -SUPER EASY Low Light Aquarium Plant

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Java Moss is a plant that is super hard to kill. It can handle the abuse of a rookie or can thrive in the tank of a professional.

It is one of the easiest to keep aquarium plants we have for sale.

It's so hardy that you can keep it out of the water for a good long time and not worry about it dying. It's actually a moss, so not to worry, it can handle no water.

Java moss works great in both the low tech and high tech tank. I would even go as far as to say that it is better to be kept in a low tech tank over a high tech.

I put Java Moss in my high tech tank once and I could never get it out. Let that be a warning to you. Once you put it in your tank, you might have a hard time getting it out of your tank.

Care Scale of 1-10: ( 1- it can grow in your toilet- 10 being nearly impossible)   JAVA MOSS IS A 1!

NOTE: If you are a super beginner- check out our Hornwort for sale or Low Light Anubias as well. Both almost as hardy as Java Moss


Can handle super low lighting, grows faster in high light.

Where to plant:

Foreground or you can tie/glue it to rocks or driftwood.

Don't Forget To Buy our Growth Juice and Iron Supplements for your plants!!

Customer Reviews

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Customer Reviews

Based on 270 reviews
As expected and healthy

Grows fast, I like it!

Melissa J
Will buy again

Great plants. Was super satisfied as were my fish! Will definitely buy more plant in the near future!

Deb Eggers
Having fun with Java moss!

I recently received my order of java moss from you and there was such an abundant amount sent, that it allowed me to do even more “decorating” than I’d initially planned. I superglued some to an upturned clay pot and used more to place on and around my aquarium driftwood. I’m very happy with both the quality and quantity of the moss. Thank you!

Drew R

Looks great. Curious to see how it takes on the driftwood I put it on.

Freddy Creekmore

Amazon swords did fantastic. The Java moss never established and died.