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Old 06-14-2012, 11:01 PM   #1 
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Mossy Driftwood and Floating Plants

Where is the best place to get driftwood, preferably with moss already growing on it. Also, what is the best floating plants to get and where from? Our local stores don't carry anything like this.
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I have a bunch of floating plants for sale. 5.35 shipping. And 3 dollars for a handful of hornwort. These are amazing floating, fast growing plants
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Old 06-14-2012, 11:05 PM   #3 
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My petco puts the driftwood in their tanks with plants. Try to find a place that does that. Otherwise your probably going to have to anchor some plants with fishing line to your driftwood and doing it yourself.
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Thanks for the replies...found a store I wasn't aware of here that had mopani wood and Java moss to anchor to it along with some floating plants that look like clovers with little roots dangling from them. Should be everything I need to get the tank finished up.
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