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Nice start!
 

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May want to add a few "Stem Plants".
 

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Looks nice,

Not sure what sword plant that is, but you need a tank about 5x that size to fit some of them. Plus keeping it close to one side isn't going to work well.
 

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Looks nice,

Not sure what sword plant that is, but you need a tank about 5x that size to fit some of them. Plus keeping it close to one side isn't going to work well.
Thank you! Those are dwarf amazon swords. They'll be fine for a good bit. Also will be repositioned when the time is right. Not quite yet. Lol
 

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I really like the way you've attached the moss to the rocks. Is that the same stuff as in a marimo moss ball? Do you just unroll / disassemble a ball? Also, how did you attach it? Those rocks look pretty smooth, and I don't see any string/fishing line in your pic.

I am thinking of attaching it to dragon stone - so it might stay in place better?
 

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Thank you. Yes those are just marimo moss balls. Just pull them apart evenly.

To attach to the rocks, I used Flourish Glue.
 
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