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I noticed something rather interesting today when I was changing water in one of my tanks. I have a large piece of driftwood covered with xmas moss. The wood breaks the surface of the water and the moss has grown above the water line. Right at the waterline, a piece of Hemianthus micranthemoides that was floating around got stuck to the moss and has since put down roots into the moss. It is a small piece but when I tried removing it, it was well anchored. The Hemianthus has both semersed and submersed growth. A living substrate for growing plants?!?!?? Imagine the possibilities!! I am going to do some experimenting later this week. Has anyone tried this by the way?
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