Sunday, 15 January 2012


This time I'm going to tell you how to go about tying Java moss onto driftwood or bogwood. It is quite a  simple & easy job to do. What you need is thread or fishing line (I prefer thread as it's easier to wind), scissors, Java moss, & a piece of driftwood. I'm using an emersive form of Java moss, and you need to wet it first using a sprayer bottle for example; also spray a little bit on the wood. Place the Java moss on the driftwood, spreading it evenly until it covers the wood and using the thread, then start winding it. You can see the photos below :

some emersive Java moss

some pieces of driftwood / bogwood

how to wind the Java moss using thread

finished product

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