Question Can I Plant Java Fern On Seashells?

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Hey people

I have some shells in my 10 gallon tank, and my java fern is currently on driftwood. Can I plant it on a shell, because I want to plant java moss on the wood.

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DisIsAbyss said:
Hey people

I have some shells in my 10 gallon tank, and my java fern is currently on driftwood. Can I plant it on a shell, because I want to plant java moss on the wood.

All replies are greatly appreciated!
Yes.

Look into Christmas moss instead. It is less invasive and better looking in my opinion.
 
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So I can plant it on a 1.5 x 1.5 inch seashell?
 

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Yes, but Sea shells do dissolve over time, so it may need new bases over time
 

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