08-23-2010, 09:17 AM
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Originally Posted by Inga
Hm, I think I will wait until the moss I have grows a bit more so I have enough to do more with. At this point it wouldn't go very far. I am thinking maybe I should do a side wall rather then the back wall. 4 feet of moss might be a bit much. lol Either way, I have some time to think about it. I don't think that it will take over my tank any time soon. I too am a visual learner, I learn by doing as well.
Blessed are those that can just read something in a book and understand exactly what the author is talking about. I guess we are all different learners though and thank God we have Youtube videos to help us understand. lol
I am all excited because I have a few more pieces of wood coming early this week. Don't yet know where I am going to put them. It will depend on the shape of the piece's that come. I just went with Malaysian driftwood this time, instead of Mopani, I am interested to see the difference. The Mopani thus far, I have been very very happy with.
Kitten_Penang, I like the look of the Christmas moss too, I just couldn't find it around here. I prefer to get my plants here if I can. Someday, I might order again though.
I don't know if weeping moss or christmas moss grows any faster but I know those are popular with walls. I was thinking about using my Taiwan moss since it staying so pretty green. Yeah I think you would be waiting a while to cover a 4 ft wall..lol. My is only 10g..but I originally planned to do it to my 37g..but I would have to find a highlight moss..maybe a marimo moss wall.