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Thread: Christmas moss

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    I finally got mine in and it looks great. I am just wondering if there is anyway to help it grow better or faster ?

    I have it on driftwood mostly and one chunk on a rock on the floor ... not really planted just on the rock so that it can grow out.
    I will be getting some Leaf Zone fert soon. I think I heard something about trimming it or trimming roots would help it grow but I'm not sure... may have been another plant.
    Temp is staying at 78-79f and I know that they prefer 77 or lower but I'm afraid to drop it since my fish tend to get sick when I drop temps.
    Define busy ~
    29 gal freashwater
    10 gal empty ~ someday Betta
    4 cats, 1 dog and 2 kids. (2yr-4yrs) Potty Training and one on the way

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    Seems to me like my moss traps alot of mulm. That alone would probably be sufficient ferts for it.

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    Ok. I am getting the ferts just to help with my others. I have Java Ferns, anubius (that is growing like a weed on it's own) and wisteria I'm trying to boost.
    Define busy ~
    29 gal freashwater
    10 gal empty ~ someday Betta
    4 cats, 1 dog and 2 kids. (2yr-4yrs) Potty Training and one on the way

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    Quote Originally Posted by Countrylovin4evr
    Ok. I am getting the ferts just to help with my others. I have Java Ferns, anubius (that is growing like a weed on it's own) and wisteria I'm trying to boost.
    Substitute Java moss for Christmas moss, and we have the exact same plant stock!

    125g - 6 Zig Zag Rainbows, 6 Turquoise Rainbows, 6 Boesmani Rainbows, 5 otos, 6 corys

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    lol. I liked the java because it grows so fast- but then I saw how neat and pretty the christmas was and I love christmas trees... so .... yeah. And I found it cheap with free shipping. Couldn't beat that. Might have to get me some more since it's so cool. Or be patient. lol
    Define busy ~
    29 gal freashwater
    10 gal empty ~ someday Betta
    4 cats, 1 dog and 2 kids. (2yr-4yrs) Potty Training and one on the way

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    Quote Originally Posted by Countrylovin4evr
    Or be patient. lol
    Don't wait for xmas moss to spread, because it won't. Unless you have 10 years to spare on 1 plant.

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    Actually I 've had it awhile now and its come out of shock. Its doing quite well. It has covered the driftwood just as I wanted it to and I could easily give some away. Once I dropped temps to 77F it has gone nuts...along with my anbius.
    Define busy ~
    29 gal freashwater
    10 gal empty ~ someday Betta
    4 cats, 1 dog and 2 kids. (2yr-4yrs) Potty Training and one on the way

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