Home Selaginalla martensii vareigata "Jori"
Selaginalla martensii vareigata "Jori"
NOT PERMITTED INTO WA
Jori is a newly released form of Selaginalla that grows into a small cluster up to 15cm acrss; they are grreat for indoor planters and terrariums. Jori requires some mositure at all times and also requires a reasonable light to develop the yellow colour; they are excellent for terrarium where there is some ventilation. Jori is relatively fast growing and will require breaking up into smaller plants, they will not regrow well if cut back. Jori will only do well in pots if kept well-watered.
|ORIGIN||South Africa, South America, North America, Asia, Australasia|
|SCIENTIFIC NAME:||Selaginella sp.|
|COMMON NAMES||Spike Moss, arborvitae fern, spreading club moss, trailing moss|