Change the water in our moss ball's container every two weeks. You can use regular ol' tap water, but let it sit out on the counter for 24 hours to let the chlorine and fluoride evaporate. You may also need to give your glass jar a little scrub every now and then if it starts to grow any extra algae.
These plants like lots of medium indirect light and really don't like direct sun. If they get too much sun they may start to turn brown. Their glass container can act like a magnifying glass, heating up the water quickly, and upsetting your moss ball since they're native to cooler waters.
4" l x 4" w x 4" h
Lapis Lazuli: Bask in the presence of the cool and opulent Lapis Lazuli Moss Amigo. Historically, lapis is known for its inherent value. Medieval Europeans crushed it to create ultramarine dye and the great Pharoh, Tutankhamun, used it with gold to adorn his burial mask.
Amethyst: Purple invokes nobility and royalty. Its beautiful violet color is derived from trace amounts of iron oxide infused in the quartz. According to Encyclopedia Britannica, ancient Greek folklore states that the stone protected its owner against drunkenness — a good choice for individuals who like to work hard and play hard.
Jasper: Picture Jasper is formed when petrified mud that drips into gas pockets inside molten lava. When the mixture becomes superheated and cooled, it forms into these unique patterns. Many people believe that they resemble picturesque landscapes like valleys or mountains, hence where it derives its name. This type of Jasper is found in the Western United States in California, Oregon, Idaho, Utah, Wyoming and Washington.