True enough! I've got lots of options thankfully
. Did you have some shots you wanted to post?
Ya sorry it took so long, I was trying to find my picture of the willow moss wall to show you but couldn't find it...
first I think was taiwan moss, but these two pics show which parts getting the light and not
heres weeping moss as a wall
off the aqua moss site its labeled wrong, its actually a weeping wall
but this was the best and uniform wall I've been able to create in my prime with mosses, like with all my walls, light did not reach the bottom to grow out
What your trying to do is really cool and will look really cool if grown to the best. I've seen attempts where the moss looks stringy, still looks pretty cool but more potential is there. Heres a pic of kind've what your trying to achieve as a setup I believe minus the carpet
Keep the water clean!
photoperiod to the minimum-once you get algae its really hard to eradicate
with my moss tanks, photoperiod is 0-4 hrs and then gradually raised
This in my opinion helps a lot with moss to adapt to conditions
If you get algae during the startup then the light intensity is mostly too high
Those two tips for ya