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    I want to add Java Fern to my tank. I heard people saying that I need to attach it to something. It's that true? Will a rock or stone do it? Or it's better a driftwood? How can I do it?

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    You don't need to attach it. It can be grown floating around but it is better to attach it. You can attach it to anything, rock, stone or driftwood doesn't matter.

    You can attach it any way you want as long as you don't use anything that is harmful for the fish to do it. Common and good methods are using rubber bands and fishing line.

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    Ok. Thanks.

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    I found some mini driftwood (1-5 inch) that I will use to attach it. Thanks for the help.

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    :D You can also tie it to something that will stay on the bottom with a rubber band. Eventually the java moss will grow over it, and you don't have to take the rubber band out. Hope I helped! :D

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