With its stunning coloration, the Aquacultured Silver Xenia looks lovely in any aquarium. To flourish well in the tank, the Aquacultured Silver Xenia needs moderate water current and reef lighting. It is very important to maintain adequate levels of iodine because that ensures proper growth of the Aquacultured Silver Xenia. It grows very fast and quickly by splitting that grows new stalks just above the older xenia. It is best to place the Aquacultured Silver Xenia in bottom half of the aquarium and needs to be kept in an ample space so that it grows out freely without any inhibition. It is very important that the Aquacultured Silver Xenia gets all the nutrients and food from the flowing moderate current. Although the Aquacultured Silver Xenia undergoes photosynthesis with the help of zooxanthellae that dwells inside its tissue, in addition it needs supplement feedings also. For its continued good health, it is best to provide the Aquacultured Silver Xenia with iodine, trace elements, marine snow, and other food forms for filter feeders. The Aquacultured Silver Xenia is generally peaceful and can be kept safely along with other non-aggressive corals. The Aquacultured Silver Xenia is quite easy to use and that makes a very good choice for a beginner aquarist. The Aquacultured Silver Xenia thrives well in temperature range of 74-80 degrees Fahrenheit and pH of 8.1-8.4.