Java Fern or Anubias tied to driftwood works well. Java Ferns are tall and thin, Anubias is short and broad leaf. You can add a little Flourish liquid occasionally to help growth. In your 10 gallon tank, assuming normal light, Anubias would be nice. Live plants really help the water chemistry.Chrisson said:
Starting at the top is Java fern, in the middle with the wider ferny leaf (hard to see) is Bolbitis heudelottI and down at the bottom with the leaves that look like fingers is Java Fern "wendelov" I used push pins to hold them against the wood until they took hold.ooibhuskyoo said:I really don't get how to do this.. AND what does it look like?
Java fern and Anubias will attach to just about anythingChrisson said:Wow thanks for the pics! Maybe I'll buy like a small piece of driftwood and get rid of my ornaments and put plants on it. I was wondering are plants able to grow on roots as effective?
Where do you get java moss?capekate said:In my case, I used java moss. I took a bundle and used heavy thread or you can use fishing line, or any cotton thread... just tie it around the bundle and the item you are attaching it to, whether it is the driftwood or rocks. It will eventually grow around and attach itself to the item you have tied it to.