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    Default How to attach this moss to spiderwood?


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    This moss is very fragile and not quite sure which would be the best way to attach it to my wood without destroying it in process...
    Please advise, thank you!


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    I'd use fishing line
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    I was worried that fishing line would cut into the plants?

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    Just tie it loosely, not too tight...just enough to hold it to the DW..I've used it w/moss with success, the moss will grow out around it, and hide the fishing line, as well as the "cinching" of the moss from being tied
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    Another thing you could do is put it into a net bag, and tie the bag to the DW...the moss will grow through the netting

    I use those plastic net bags from the grocery store that vegetables/fruits are sometimes sold in...just rinse thoroughly before use, in case of any pesticide residue
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    Quote Originally Posted by Slaphppy7 View Post
    Another thing you could do is put it into a net bag, and tie the bag to the DW...the moss will grow through the netting

    I use those plastic net bags from the grocery store that vegetables/fruits are sometimes sold in...just rinse thoroughly before use, in case of any pesticide residue
    Perfect, thank you!

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    I prefer thread over fishing line. Fishing line is rigid and awkward to wrap. Thread can be wrapped securely yet loose, and you don't need to tie it off as it will stay wrapped without knotting the ends.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BluewaterBoof View Post
    I prefer thread over fishing line. Fishing line is rigid and awkward to wrap. Thread can be wrapped securely yet loose, and you don't need to tie it off as it will stay wrapped without knotting the ends.

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    Will the thread dissolve over time?

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    Oh wow! Amazing growth on that moss!! :O

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