Thanks PauloLondonDragon said:Coming along nicely Chris,
You're telling me. The Fissidens did virtually nothing, apart from survive, whilst it was a low light, no CO2 tank. Now it's going nuts .LondonDragon said:the CO2 will help things grow quicker, specially the fissidens which is very slow otherwise,
I have a plan for the back with the help of Darren at LW .LondonDragon said:you need to plant some flame moss at the back and let that grow tall
That's what I was hoping for by planting the Monosolenium tenerum at the back. Considering I only planted a few bits at the back, it's come a long way. Just need more height. It's getting there, but like all things in a moss tank........ just slowlya1Matt said:A bit of height would not go amiss.
CeeJay said:Today is this tanks 2nd anniversary so I thought I'd better do an update
Wow, now thats patience.CeeJay said:Still growing in
See you in another year....to the day!CeeJay said:Till the next time
LondonDragon said:Saw this tank at the weekend, the health of the plants is great, specially that mini pellia that I never manage to grow great work Chris and yes indeed patience
I have some mosses for you to complete that background
I'll try not to leave it so long for the next updateAdy34 said:See you in another year....to the day!
Next time you're in town, you're more than welcome.Antipofish said:Hope I get another chance to see it in person some time before it gets changed.
I agree, the thought had crossed my mind to dabble with it but I've resisted so far. Also, I'm not sure what will be released into the water after such a long time if I mess with the substrate :? . I've already had a total wipeout of all my shrimp last August Bank Holiday after a water change , so I was a bit reluctant to give it a go.LondonDragon said:The hardscape in the tank had the unfortunate movement due to the slope flattening a little, which now lost some of its original appeal,
A lot of mosses will attach theirself to rocks and wood etc in time, but making a carpet of Fissidens had to be done on a mesh, using cuttings when it was trimmed, so it's taken agesAntipofish said:Do mosses only grow on mesh ? Over time if they are attached by cotton or whatever, will they adhere to wood or stone ?