Neither, I use holes in the wood, or zip ties, tried string, never lasted long enough.How does it look in the front? I like the wild jungle feel you have, especially with the stream of fish rushing towards the picture. Does the front of the tank share the same theme? It be interesting to see a tank with different themes based on view points, I'm toying with the idea myself.
Your technique in attaching the buce is intriguing, I can't tell if it's string or gel being used.
i suggest to emerse the trimmings
this plant is even more amazing in emersed form
They tend to dry out a bit too much from the lights being too warm.i saw that photo before, i thought you took that during water change.
so it's a permanent emersed part from the tank's setup...
i've seen big clumps of buces before, but i've never seen it growing out of the tank like that.. amazing...
so the evaporation helps them to adapt slowly emerging out from water. i kept some that grow really well inside closed tanks outdoor. although neglected they're doing fine. some even melted during very hot dry season and grew back from the dead very quickly.They tend to dry out a bit too much from the lights being too warm.
You could grow them like this emergent though.
I do not.