Originally Posted by flchamp89
Fresh has posted that picture before. Very inspirational. Just imagine one of those wood scapes with all anubias species and some j.moss. Could be simple and easy yet....very nice. There enough anubias to make a nice species tank.
Agree'd, also they are very slow growing so it would be months before u had to get out the scissors and cut them back. Moss can be a pain for someone who isn't interested in plants tho as it gets pretty messy if not done properly.
If u do want to go down the moss route I'd blend or cut it into tiny bits and paint it all over the wood u plan to use. Leave the wood under a light for a week to 2 weeks and lightly spray 1-2 times per day. The moss should attach to the wood and u can put it into the tank. This way u don't need to worry about patchy glued bits or binding it on with string.
You can also use yoghurt and water (very diluted with water, just enough to turn the water white) and paint it on. Should be fine to put into the tank after 2-3 days