Originally Posted by Sulla
Is the grass you have glued at the bottom or molded in one piece?
Well they sold it in bunches, kind of in a circular bouquet if you will. So what I did is cut it apart with wire cutters into the individual "plants". Then I took a piece of drip line (1" diameter, I believe) that I bought at HD
, and cut about 1/4 of it off (so it went 3/4 around), then cut it into small sections that would hold either 2 or 3 "plants" of the fake grass. I drilled holes in the drip line, and pushed the plants through them, then put a little bit of aquarium sealant on the underside of each one to both hold them in place and make sure the metal that had been exposed by my trimming wouldn't rust into the tank. This way, I was able to anchor each group of 2-3 pieces in the tank anywhere I saw fit. Of course, some of my fish still dig em out, especially because I've got sand, but they work well none the less.