08-26-2010, 11:39 PM
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Agree. May I offer a suggestion (here we go again, always with suggestions
)? The swords will get large, up to the surface. I would plant them behind the wood as a backdrop. Then the wood will be visible, it will undoubtedly sprout some moss (or you can attach a piece and let it go) and be a nice step from the substrate up to the tall plants. The swords will grow in a "V"shape, and arch over the wood in front, very nice effect. Don't plant them too close to the wall though, maybe out about 3-4 inches from the back wall. And when you move the wood, place it off centre to right or left, up to you; it looks much more natural that way. Given its nice shape, I would move the larger end (on the right in the photo) a bit closer to the right side, not up against it, just a couple inches over to the right from where it is. It will also further camouflage the equipment behind it, esp with a sword there.