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zozo

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The question is as versatile as the mosses are and the experiences people have whit it. :)
You might want to read this thread <Mosses that do or don't attach to Hardscapes!> and the "Growing mosses" sticky.

And this site

http://www.aquamoss.net/

then make a pick based upon what you like to see and go from there.

I have not tried them all but quite a few. In my personal experience, i like Fissidens the most to grow aquatic to wood.
Fissidens if given the proper guidance it is a well mannered, relative maintenance-free, slow-growing but beautiful moss that requires time and patience. Others I've tried grew rather wild and need a lot more maintenance (trimming) to keep in check. And trimming/manicuring moss can be a pain.
 
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