Azolla / Duckweed Fern

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Otherwise known as Fairy moss , Duckweed fern , Mosquito fern. Duckweed is the ultimate floating plant. These are a different species, 'Azolla filiculoides,' But they can handle higher temperatures than duckweed even.

 (PLEASE CHECK TO SEE IF THIS PLANT IS ILLEGAL IN YOUR STATE, WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO REFUND THIS)

It propagates QUICKLY and is extremely easy. Duckweed prefers a still surface to grow on. Great for any Goldfish. Duckweed is the ultimate food for Goldfish. This version is extremely colorful and fun to watch grow. It gets about twice as big as the normal Duckweed and has red and purple colors on the leaves as well. Definitely a version you don't want to miss out on! We only provide a small amount! No bigger than half a dollar!

ALSO NOTE: THIS SPECIES IS INVASIVE IN MANY STATES, DO NOT INTRODUCE TO ANY NATIVE WATERWAYS. TANK ON! 

Customer Reviews

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Jim Reed
great,growing duckweed

received 1 order of duckweed with an ice pack. Plants arrived green and fresh. 2 weeks later, they have roots growing down which the shrimp and snails love. A very happy customer

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Mark Martchink
Lots n lots

Bright green !!

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E. Zimm
Hardy Plants!

I ordered my plants with an ice pack during some hot hot days. I didn't think the Ferns would make it. The leaves and roots were separated...green leaves and brown roots. However, after messaging Dustin, he advice me the plants should be fine and to give them some time. Well, he was right! After about a week, I am noticing each leave has little roots on them. Now I have a ton of little plants. These are some amazingly hardy plants!

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Sarah Marchiondo
Smelled horrible

It was basically brown soup when it arrived. I ended up not putting it in my tank.

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Teresa F
Confused

It look like it was grown in dirt but it might have been dead roots wish I would have took a picture first put it in a clear glass bowl in the window hoping that the roots will grow back