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Sploke

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Nice! Glad they made it ok. That java fern propagates pretty well for me so I'm sure it will fill in quickly for you.
 
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Husband is laughing at the angels grabbing the moss and shaking it like dogs and pulling it off my tree lol!

It is so much better! I can’t believe how much you fit in that envelope!
 

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If you have trouble with it staying put, superglue gel is a great tool. A few dabs on the rhizome, hold it in place on the wood or rock for 10 sec or so and it should stick. It even cures under water. I used to use it all the time for sticking coral frags to liverock, and it works well for plants to wood as well. Just brush off the spot where you want to stick it first to get off any algae or detritus that may have gathered.
 

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if you use superglue, just remember that it will be white once cured.. you can attach sand/broken wood, or crushed substrate (if soft enough) to is to hide it.

alternatively you can tie it with thread and it will attach over time... it might attach if wrapped, but keeping it tight to the wood will help that.
 

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I've never actually super glued plants, only tied them with thread or wedged them between wood or rocks until they attach. Dougall has a good point from experience, no one likes white globs all over.
 
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