Sorry, but what is the actual point of this stub posted here ?
While I appreciate the initiative to provide good articles at entry level, this looks more like spam or clickbait. Please consider these suggestions to improve the actual article for this site. Hope you see them as constructive feedback.
The article in the link provides little value compared to actual threads on this forum.
DON'T CLICK THE LINK . 563 words for the big revelation :
Tie them with black thread.
What about glue? What is a safe glue ?
Should mesh be used ?
What would be good for mosses ?
Put them near other plants until they attach ?
Some of the best plants to use with driftwood are those that have sturdy roots
So should the reader anchor Echinodorus and Cryptocoryne ? Those have plenty of big roots
Place the plants in the desired arrangement and then tie the roots to the driftwood using dark-colored thread
How would one tie the roots of a java fern with thread??? They are really fine and in most cases small. Do you mean the rhizome ? Should one really thighted the rope ?
Add some images of the process or event better a video.
What about talking with actual members of the forum and asking them to write articles for this site. Most of them know plenty of stuff, you just have to shine the reflector on them.
Write interviews with the members of this forum... would be interesting to find out about the story and passions veteran members.Their aproach to planted aquariums, aquascaping, plant selection. Both new and old members would be interested.
Have a selected aquarium / plant of the month featured on the home page.