Originally Posted by FlyingHellFish
Well, I had the bright idea of using my clippings of taiwan moss. The part under water did fine, but the top part, along with the Cuba and various other plants, die really quickly.
How do they get the soil ball to stay in place? As soon as that bad boy touches water, it just breaks apart.
I was thinking of taking a foam ball, covering it up with soil and rocks, while having only the bottom part touching the water. So when you water the bowl, the foam sucks it up.
I'm too lazy....
i wrapped a rock with sphagnum moss http://www.newworldorchids.com/images/goods/moss5.jpg
and then tied around it with fishing line. the moss wicks the water up. it doesnt brake apart if you tie it well..