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Thread: How to form a "tree" with moss?

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    How to form a "tree" with moss?

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    I would like to know how a horizontal "tree canopy" can be formed when tieing moss to driftwood with vertical or near vertical branches.

    What kind of moss is suitable for tree like effect?

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    Re: How to form a "tree" with moss?

    Usually people will glue moss to pieces of sponge to make the canopy effect

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    Re: How to form a "tree" with moss?

    Iirc there is a how to video made by a member here on YouTube

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    Re: How to form a "tree" with moss?

    Or you can also refer to what I did here for a slightly lazy/ pricier solution.

    http://www.aquaticquotient.com/forum...driftwood-tree

    The current canopy's very lush now even after heavy trimming 2 weeks ago

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    Re: How to form a "tree" with moss?

    I saw this youtube video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lVY0DzA87go, with step by step instructions.
    But I'm using the green hard sponge and some galvanized wires to make tree branches.

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