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Bull Kelp

Bull Kelp, a species of brown algae, can grow up to two feet per day, growing a total of 80-100 feet in one season.

It has a holdfast root structure that doesn’t require soil. At the end of its life, the roots release causing the kelp float away, where it piles up on the shore.

Kelpware provides a second life for the plant after its natural life is over.

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Kelpware Collection

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