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02-21-2013 12:04 PM
h4n I've always been a fan of xmas moss or mini xmass moss. I like that bushy effect it gives.
02-21-2013 05:07 AM
switch26 I have some Willow moss, that under high light and EI dosing has become so lush and green and really spikey.. good moss
02-20-2013 09:57 PM
chou i like the peacock moss type of look. since it just eats up the branches and makes everything green.
02-20-2013 09:49 PM
Dx3Bash Bump
02-20-2013 07:29 PM
Dx3Bash
Favorite Moss for Manzanita Branch?

I am in the middle of re-scaping a planted 55. I just picked up a Manzanita Branch and would like to tie some moss to the branches. I was leaning towards flame moss, but now I am thinking of Christmas Moss. I am curious what others prefer and why. All thoughts, opinions and advice are welcomed.

Below is the Manzanita branch I am working with. Since I am literally in the middle of re-scaping, try to ignore the floating bunch of Rotala Indica and Dwarf Sag. Also ignore the rocks weighting the branch down.

I will also add that trying to create "depth" in such a narrow tank is a challenge. Other than the obvious of sloping substrate, I am looking for other ways to create the illusion of more depth than the aquarium actually has. Feedback appreciated.

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