Sally Jo has some wonderful Xenia ready to send. This video will show you about how we raise Clownfish with the Xenia, and it is one of the very best corals to use as a clownfish host. The Xenia do not seem to mind a bit, and they do grow very fast. Xenia like the Bali pom-pom and the Fiji pom-pom are both really valuable and good for trading for other corals

Xenia are easy to grow, and they make great hosts for captive raised clownfish. At GARF we believe that it is important to NOT import large anemones as hosts for clownfish. Anemones often do not do well in captivity, and wild clownfish need these anemones to survive. We have found that Xenia are great hosts, and clownfish accept them very well. Clownfish do not cause damage to Xenia like they do other corals such as Elegans and Flowerpots.

This web page will teach you all you need to know so you can produce extra Xenia in your reef aquarium. Xenia is a good first coral to farm because it grows very fast. Many people trade their extra Xenia for all of the equipment and live stock they use in their hobby.

Wow, its been quite a while since I have had the time to share my beautiful Xenia with everyone. We have worked extremely hard on sharing in detail everything we know on the care and propagation of these remarkable Xenia. These corals have continued to capture my heart.

please take the time to watch these videos for they will answer all of your questions, and they will probably answer ones that you had not thought of yet. I am very excited to announce that because of my passion for these animals I have brood stock Xenia that have been with me for over 16 years.

I have several babies ready to become your brood stock and provide you with countless years of propagation of many new generations of Xenia that you can share with the general public. You can buy Sally Jo's soft coral special with eight hardy corals for only 100.00, this will give you a great start for a Xenia farm of your own. Sally Jo will include a free coral with every order.

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