I wonder if you could make this netting strip that could lay towards the lower back of the tank attached to the lower back of the tank wall with suction cups. It would be obscured by all the decorations in front, and the Hornwort could easily be looped within the netting to achieve the effect your looking for without seeing the ugly netting.mattgirl said:To accomplish this the hornwort will have to be attached to some kind of base. Maybe some kind of netting that will blend in. The netting will then have to be attached to the back of the tank. If I were doing something like this I would have hubby make me some kind of hooks that the netting could be hung from and the hooks would hook over the top of the rim of the tank.
This was my second thought. I have tied moss to some to make a wall. I mentioned netting first since it can be more easily hidden. If the back of the tank isn't going to be seen from the outside plastic canvas/craft mesh should work really well.Coradee said:You could try craft mesh & tie the plants on with fishing line The mesh is likely firm enough to be weighted down into the substrate I’ve used it as a divider in the past
Pllieay 5 Pieces 7 Count Plastic Mesh Canvas Sheets for Embroidery, Acrylic Yarn Crafting, Knit and Crochet Projects (10.2 x 13.2 inch, Come with 4 Pi https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08TC89FT1/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apip_y1A85nv3hhAiPFishOverseer909 said:Oh I like that idea a little more than the others
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