What Goes Well With Lava Rock?

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I have 2 decently sized pieces of lava rock in my new 5 1/2 gallon but, I still need some driftwood to put in there. I don't know what would look good, does anyone have any ideas?
 
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Spiderwood!
 
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kallililly1973 said:
java moss wrapped around it or java fern or anubis tied to it
What do I use to tie it?
 
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Small pieces of spiderwood could fit in a 5g. You could use Flourish glue to glue plants to the rock or you could tie the plants to the rock with fishing line.
 
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RyanC14 said:
Small pieces of spiderwood could fit in a 5g. You could use Flourish glue to glue plants to the rock or you could tie the plants to the rock with fishing line.
Is there a specific place where I can buy smell pieces of spiderwood or do I just break bigger pieces?
 
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if u do java moss u should be able to kind of intertwine it into the coral if it has some thin areas and holes u could try to stuff it into it as long as it get s a little light it should eventually cling. If u go with java fern or anubis u can use black or green thread and take the coral out and tie it around the coral loosely till its roots grab onto the coral
 
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What about Malaysian driftwood, how would that work?
 
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Jake123 said:
What about Malaysian driftwood, how would that work?
Try it and find out lol
 
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