Wow very interesting subject. I have also an piece of wood sticking out of my nano cube, where I also want to grow some plants or mosses emers. So if I'm understanding the subject well, I can take some moss out of my garden en put it on the wood in my tank a over the waterline.
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Are Opuwa and Mopani the same kind of wood?
Have you tried Cork Oak Bark, it is sold in florist shops & wholesalers of florists sundries. Very buoyant, I try and wedge it between substrate and the bracing of the tank. Strong bark texture. It is split from the tree branches and come as a tube, very useful for hiding aquarium stuff. Jarva moss will grow on it, never tried a terrestrial moss. When the bark has whetted through and softened it develops a neutral buoyancy. Plants such as Anubias will root through it.moss likes to grow on old wood or on bark
Yes i've seen it, but actualy never tried.. Fortunately i have no reason to buy it.. I live 200 yards from an rather old and rather damp forest, trees are falling over there every stormy night. Bark in abundancy already covered with moss if i want. The forest contains large Black Puplar trees, they are prone to blow over at old age and taking other neighbouring trees down with them. The bark is very nice and thick, also have found some old Birch that had thick slabs of rough cracked textured bark. It also grows very old Willows, also this bark is thick and rough textured can be good to use. I guess its the age of the trees, old ones have the best bark.Have you tried Cork Oak Bark, it is sold in florist shops & wholesalers of florists sundries. Very buoyant,
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