Moss Improves The Soil
Moss is an extraordinary growth that relies solely on water and particles of nutrients in the air to spread. However, moss is not a fungus but a plant that spreads similarly. And though gardeners sometimes consider this plant a weed, it has been around for 450 million years and can create excellent benefits for your landscaping.
Moss Boosts Rock Gardens and Features
Rocks create a lot of exciting looks for gardens. However, cushion and carpet moss enhance their style by creating unusual growths directly on the rock surface. Moss is unique because it can quickly spread on surfaces where other plants cannot go. As a result, you can add it directly to your rock's surface via a slurry to create unique and engaging looks.
For example, you can chisel letters in your rocks and plant the Topiary Moss directly into these cavities. From here, the moss will grow and spell out words in a very engaging way. Try to trim away the excessive Tree Moss at various times throughout the year to keep the rocks looking strong. If you don't want to take that much effort, we have a "Lazy Man's" guide to decorating rocks with moss.
Take a large amount of moss slurry and spread it down the sides in tendrils. When the moss takes hold and starts growing, it will look like it hit the top of your rock from the sky and leaked like water. Cool and appealing styles like these are effortless with cushion and carpet moss because they spread quickly and densely and produce attractive looks.
Moss Helps Fill in Empty Spaces
Landscaping often ends up with many empty spaces that can be frustrating to fill if you are still determining how to approach this process. Thankfully, cushion and carpet moss can help by filling out these areas with varying shades of green. Although you could always plant other growths in these areas, moss has benefits that make them well worth consideration.
First, moss proliferates and spreads with minimal difficulty. You won't even have to tend to your moss once you have added a slurry or mixture to the ground where you want it to grow. With minimal UV ray exposure and a little water, your Peat Moss will grow in these expansive empty areas and produce various shades of green that are hard to get with other plants.
Critically, cushion and carpet moss are also quite soft and easy on the foot, creating a comfortable place for people to walk. This option often makes mossy gardens and landscaped areas appealing to many people. This fact is especially actual in areas where people may go on a picnic, as the ground will be nice and soft and provide them with a relatively bug-free environment on which to sit.
Simple Planting Methods
Moss can be planted by buying a slurry to spread across areas where you want it to grow This option is suitable if you wish to create a particular pattern of growth you want to spread across the ground.
However, you can also transplant previously grown Irish Moss to your garden by buying it directly from many garden shops. Choose this method if you don't want to tend to your slurry and want a quick and immediate style improvement.
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