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Moss & Moss Lawns
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Should encourage the moss already growing up at the lake.
wonder which moss type is best for tropical lawns?
Love having a moss lawn instead of grass
moss is a must for shaded areas
Moss (Hypnum or Thuidium spp) For those with moist, shady areas and acidic soil, moss lawns can be ideal. Its low-growing
Moss Lawn!! Love for shade and acidic soil.
For those with moist, shady areas and acidic soil, moss lawns can be ideal. It
Moss...grows easy (Hypnum or Thuidium spp) For those with moist, shady areas and acidic soil, moss lawns can be ideal. Its low-growing habit eliminates the need for mowing, and the texture of mosses is a perfect
Moss can be recruited for use as a lawn, too. If you already have patches of moss growing in your shaded turf, take a cue from nature and consider replacing your lawn with moss. It can take limited foot traffic once it has become established.
“moss” — katieselp
Le jardinet
Moss elements in the garden
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Idea for making moss grow. Yoghurt and buttermilk and moss in autumn
It's not the photo, it's the recipes for moss.
established look of moss in my gardens
moss smoothie yogurt base-lrg pl yog, moss,buttermoo, make slurry beer base-moss,12 oz. beer,1tsp sugar,make slurry
We can use this! For best results, use native moss and apply when evaporation
filtered sun Damp or humid atmosphere More: Moss: Nature’s Carpet for the Garden
Yogurt base: Blend several handfuls of native moss with a large carton of plain yogurt. Slowly
all-day filtered sun • Damp or humid atmosphere More: Moss: Nature’s Carpet for the Garden
Moss smoothie. If you are impatient for nature to take its course, you can easily kick-start a moss culture with one of these two recipes, which are said
“Moss smoothie. If you are impatient for nature to take its course, you can easily kick-start a moss” — uldamali
Eclectic Landscape
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The moss and grass mounds are very creative and unique. Did you use any special technic for building the mounds and planting the grass? I would love to try
Moss mounds! Look cool and won't grow tall to cover the view
Irish moss (Sagina subulata, zones 4 to 8) and Scotch moss (Sagina subulata 'Aurea'), along with Club moss (Selaginella kraussiana, zones 6 to 10), are not mosses at all. Selaginella is actually more closely related to ferns than to true moss.
Irish moss (Sagina subulata, zones 4 to 8) and Scotch moss (Sagina subulata 'Aurea'), along with Club moss (Selaginella kraussiana, zones 6 to 10), are not mosses at all. Selaginella is actually more closely related to ferns than to true moss.
“woah they look like mushrooms” — katykemnitz
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
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South End Courtyard
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use of limited space. Soothing geometric patterns visually extend the volume of the courtyard, and bright plantings punctuate the landscape. Native moss joints create a soft, porous carpet between antique cobblestones. A salvaged Maine granite pier rises from the earth to form the pedestal of a table—the
What kind of moss is this between the cobble stones?
This moss was actually harvested locally from a nearby construction site when we were building the project. I'm not 100% sure what the species are... I can tell you we added some rock cap moss as well as some sheet moss. You should check out Moss Acres' website: http://www
Probably Irish Moss. It tends to grow over the edges like that.
moss between pavers in shady areas
“Moss” — Cherokee Pliemling
Ami Saunders, MLA
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Mossy Stepping Stone Path
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It is a combination of Scotch moss and Irish moss.
Scotch and Irish moss. For drive able part of yard?
The use of stone and moss for walk way
plenty of area for this kind of moss on east side of house. If you cant beat the moss, join forces...make
Irish or Scottish moss between pavers
Irish moss in lightly shady zones
front path with stone and moss
Irish or Scotch Moss (Sagina subulata), USDA zones 4-8. Irish (also called Scotch) moss isn't really a moss, though it looks like one. It presents
5. Irish or Scotch Moss (Sagina subulata), USDA zones 4-8. Irish (also called Scotch) moss isn't really a moss, though it looks like one. It presents a very tight, dense group of small, soft leaves with a sponge-like look. Irish moss grows extremely quickly and isn't very particular about soil, but it
“love it” — kristin8
ZH Design
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Woodland Twist to A Front Entrance Garden
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needs of the location (a shady, fairly moist courtyard surrounded on three sides by building and the drive) and nearby woods. We created a fern and moss garden sprinkled with woodland ephemerals and plants for textural intrigue. A wide brick walkway separates the rectangular space into a thin strip
much as if a stacked stone wall would be overran in an abandoned woodland. We placed found rocks, stumps, and fallen, decaying logs charactered with moss and native seedlings to accent the plantings as focal points and delicate touches. We configured the stumps almost as 'containers' in the garden, each
the moss to the ground, and watering it until established. Moss is notoriously slow growing, but you can get a head start by purchasing some from Moss Acres or Moss and Stone Gardens.
“Whimsical fern corner in the yard! Cute” — wendykinsley
Samuel H. Williamson Associates
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shwa
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Rustic step-stones in moss pass between lush perennial plantings.
what is the moss between the stones & will it survive sun?
How do you keep the moss from growing on/over the stepping stones?
the moss with rock path hosta plants
rocks and moss around flower bed
like moss between rocks; probably not heat/drought tolerant
Nice integration of moss and stone, allows walking on stones in wet weather and moss in dry weather
stone texture, spacing, sizes, and moss
flagstone path with moss and hosta
perfect opportunity to grow a bed of moss. Moss transplants quite easily, as it is not a deeply rooted plant, although it may take a while to spread over a large area. Why not cut to the chase and cover the ground with a moss slurry? You'll have a beautiful ground of moss in about 4-6 weeks.
“Casual style like my yard, uses lots of white to lighten up area. moss around stepping stones.” — acfedoruk
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
Le Petit Chalet
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Moss Covered Rock for Koi Pond
I love moss...I included this photo just for the sake of the moss!
I just had to include this one because I've loved moss since I was a small child. I used to think it was "grass" for the fairies and elves.
Consider the use of moss. I know of no other plant that so easily nurtures a sense of relaxation
moss can modify some of the areas we want to clear out
Moss can be ordered by the square
Consider the use of moss. I know of no other plant that so easily nurtures a sense of relaxation. Moss can now be purchased by the square foot. Carefully research which type is best
use of moss. I know of no other plant that so easily nurtures a sense of relaxation. Moss can now be purchased by the square foot. Carefully research which type is best for your specific conditions. Some varieties can take more sun than others; some prefer sandy soil, while others prefer clay. Moss doesn't
“moss” — margielynnj
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