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Mossarium: Complete Care Guide & "How To" Build | Moss Terreriums
A step-by-step mossarium care guide. Learn about moss terrariums and how to build & maintain one. DIY mossariums for various plants & growth.
Irish Moss Ground Cover Plants & Seed
Irish Moss (Sagina Subulata) - Grow this luxurious, evergreen ground cover plant from Irish Moss seeds or plugs! Mossy foliage grows just 1 - 2 inches tall, for lovely color between flagstones or spilling over rocks. Dense tufts of slender stems grow together to form a lush carpet of green.
How to Grow Your Own Moss
If you're an avid gardener or just a lover of outdoor spaces, you're no doubt a fan of moss covered spaces! Moss adds a touch of magic and intrigue to any garden, and makes it look that much more lush! Super easy to propagate, moss is actually an amazing plant to have in your garden because it has no known pests AND also stays green throughout winter. If you're looking to learn how to grow your own moss, you've come to the right place! With just a few ingredients (only 2 really!), you can…
Tired of Mowing? Try These Plants and Groundcovers
DIYNetwork.com landscape experts offer up 12 low-maintenance groundcovers and plants that can be used to replace grass.
Irish Moss (Sagina Subulata) Low-Growing Evergreen Groundcover
1" tall moss-like ground coverSpreads rapidly to form a lush, evergreen matPerfect for edging pathways & between stepping stonesThrives in part shade or full sunHardy to USDA zone 4 and aboveShipped size: 2.5" per plant (bare-root)Irish Moss is closely related to Scotch Moss (also available from our shop), with the principal difference being coloration. Irish Moss is typically emerald green in color while scotch moss exhibits a soft, golden color.
Top 10 Plants and Ground Cover for Your Paths and Walkways
Paths and walkways are an integral part of every garden. They allow you to get from one place to another easily to maintain the garden. But paths and walkways don’t…
How To Grow Moss
Our main mission at Moss and Stone Gardens‘ blog, is to educate those desiring to learn more about mosses. Our goal is to make it easy for you to understand mosses; to take the mystery out of moss – not the … Continue reading →
Martha. When you're not hating her, you gotta love her
Probably like many of you, I have a love-hate thing going with Martha Stewart. But if you're interested in food, crafts, interior design, or just about anything else, the woman is impossible to avoid. Especially
How to grow moss
Moss garden. | Photo by Annie Martin If you are looking for an eco-friendly alternative to grass and seriously feel the winter doldrums when your greenery turns brown with the changing seasons, a moss garden might be right for your yard. “It’s a plant that doesn’t die back in
How to Grow Moss | A Moss Gardening Guide -
Growing moss is easier than you think and can provide great health benefits. Learn types of moss, and how to grow moss indoors.
Everything You Ever Wanted (and didn't want) to Know About Moss | PITH + VIGOR by Rochelle Greayer
I’m always up for being sent off on a research tangent. Not knowing where it will end up, what I will learn and what will inspire me to something else, is endlessly satisfying. So when my friend Patrick recently inquired on another post… “Have gardeners incorporated moss species into their creations, whether they be Celtic …