03-20-2011, 08:56 PM
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plants to wood
Originally Posted by never quit
I'm thinking about ordering a couple pieces of driftwood and several plants and attach them to the driftwood. According to aquariumplants.com "Simply attach the roots/rhizome with fine (cotton) thread, or carefully "staple" to the driftwood, and the roots will grow and attach to the rocks or driftwood."
This seems the most economical way to go, and it lets you decide what plants you want to use....They mention a few plants, like Java Fern and Anbiuas.
Has anyone had luck with this or do you have any tips that make the attaching successful?
I used a rubberband around the Java Fern I had attached to pice of driftwood. Within 2 weeks I was able to remove the rubberband and the plant remained in place. Good luck. It's a pretty simple thing to do. You can also stick the roots into a whole in the wood, that should work.