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I've been keeping Fontinalis antipyretica for more than a year and it's doing very well even in elevated temperature.
Generally I don't attach it , only put it between the rocks. I guess a string could be helpful in this case.

 

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pineapple said:
Here in NY we get pretty cold winters and very hot summers, so the local variety must be pretty hardy. If it can't survive my aquarium, then it doesn't say anything good about my aquatic gardening skills, does it? :)
The climate in central Europe is quite the same or even colder. IMO good condition of this plant is not a matter of temperature but lighting. It has very high requirements.
I have 1W/L and it's pearling all the time.

Urkevitz: my moss grows in all directions.
 
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