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Absolute Natural Stones, Inc.
Good luck on your project.
   
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Maryl Hershelman
I remember being so helpful as a 5 year old...being so proud that I cleaned all the icky green stuff from between the patio bricks...with a good butter knife no less. It was one of those learning experiences. Live and learn...almost didn't live I'm sure.
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sliplips
Are there any ways to start a moss "lawn"? To cover a large area like 100 X 100 without trying to start little patches and hoping they will "eventually" spread? Something like a hydroseeded grass lawn? And during the dry season (Northwest) can it be kept green with less water than grass? Thanks.
   

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