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AAAAA (5A) New Zealand Sphagnum Moss, Premium Strand for Neofinetia falcata

AAAAA (5A) New Zealand Sphagnum Moss, Premium Strand for Neofinetia falcata <span class="cross"></span>
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100 grams ($50.00)
50g (half bag) (SOLD OUT)

This is level 5A New Zealand sphagnum moss, the best you can get! It is loosely layered for minimal damage. Primarily used by the Japanese for the Neofinetia falcata. The strands range between 8 and 18 inches.


Typically this 100 gram bag will pot just over 20 repots using 3 to 3.5 Neofinetia pots. For those buying the half bag, you can repot just over 10. This is when you use the 5A moss for the outer layer only. for the inner layer we reccomend using only the standard 3A moss.


Since this is an expensive and exclusive moss, and some collectors might not have more than a dozen neos to repot, we are now offering half bags of this product.


If you are on a budget and want more moss for the money, we recommend buying the 1 kilo bag of moss at $50. Open the bag, put it in an appropriate bin, apply enough water for the brick to sit in a couple inches of water, and let it soak and expand for about 1 to 2 hours. Then when the moss is puffy, slowly seperate the long fibers. They will be thicker than the 5A moss fibers, but will get the job done well and you'll have a lot of moss to work with.

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