Hi again... I need reassured that I have fixed my java fern adequately and effectivly. my piece a Java Fern (red variant, purchased from greenline) came as seperate leafs / branches, with a tiny root (best described as a curly bit) at the botto of each stalk. It was proving difficult to fix it to the rock using threads / hairnetting so I wrapped sponge round the bottom of the stalks, secured with lead weight, and positioned the plant in a rock crevice which was a more acceptable position to me. I am hoping this will secure itself here eventualy. Do you think the sponge will impair the root growth and its ability to secure itself to the rock. I have secured java fern in the past, but it has lways been easier, having more root attached to allow me to tie down easier. any advice on your experiences would be appreciated.