Moss is hated by some and revered by others. Regardless of where you fit in the spectrum, the following articles provide all the information you need for moss in the garden – be it growing moss, propagating it or even learning how to get rid of moss. Whatever you need to know about moss, you can find it here.
Also known as “blended moss,” moss slurry is the easiest and quickest way to get moss to grow in difficult locations of the garden. With a lot of slurry, you can even create a moss lawn. It isn’t difficult to establish a moss slurry, so click here to learn how.
While several techniques for growing moss have been debunked as false, many still try their hand at it. One technique uses yogurt as a catalyst for encouraging the spread of moss. But does moss grow on yogurt and is this just another falsehood? Learn more here.
Mosses are fascinating little plants that form luxurious, bright green carpets, usually in shady, damp, woodland environments. If you can replicate this natural environment, you won?t have any trouble growing moss in plant pots. Click here to learn more.
Moss is the perfect choice for that spot where nothing else will grow. Thriving on just a little bit of moisture and shade, and happy with no soil at all. Click here for more information about different types of moss for your garden.
Growing moss is a lovely way to add a little something extra to a garden. Growing moss is not hard at all, but doing it successfully requires that you have a little bit of knowledge. This article can help with that.
Moss does not have roots and does not require soil to grow. Instead, it often grows on or adheres to other surfaces, such as tree bark. It is sometimes necessary to prevent growth on plants, and this article will help.