I've been trying to come up with some inspirations with what to do with all these little baby Scheffs I've got. At least half a dozen. Wanting to try some more 'root over sumpin' (see my thread by the same name to see what I'm trying to do). I'm not sure what reminded me of this but I remembered several years ago when I was riding through the country one day seeing an old bulldozer out next to a field. The bulldozer was completely covered with kudzoo and a weeping willow had, somehow, managed to grow up, around, and through that old bulldozer. Very striking. I would like to simulate that with one or two of these baby scheffs. Just need to find a little toy bulldozer. So here's the question. The bulldozer I saw was completely covered with kudzoo. Just a green shape of a bulldozer. I was thinking I could simulate that with some of the shaggy moss that grows in the shady parts of my back yard. But how to get it to stick to the vertical parts of the toy bulldozer? I was thinking about making a paste out of flour and water and then applying a layer of cheesecloth on that to give the moss something to 'grip' onto. Would that work? Would the 'paper mache' paste' be detrimental to scheff growth? Just something I'm kinda, sorta, a little bit, thinking about. Anybody used flour, water, and cheesecloth for bonsai?