Ground Fern Moss

Ground Fern Moss

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$22.99
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Ground Fern Moss- Thuidium delicatulum Hardy Planting Zones 1-9 Sun or Shade- Shade/Partial Shade Mature Height- 4-5 feet Mature Width- 5-6 feet Bloom Season- all year Gardener Status- Beginner

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Ground Fern Moss

Ground Fern Moss can be found on every continent except Antarctica.

It is a slow growing moss that covers everything with which it comes into contact. It is an especially thick breed of moss that is characterized by leaflike stalks that look like tiny fern fronds.

Ground Fern Moss is perfect if you need an evergreen ground cover to liven up your walkways, rocks, driveways, even patios. It may also be known as Hypnum which means feather. This species of moss can cover an area quickly, doubling in size in under a year. The reason why it’s called ground fern moss is that it grows small leafy plants that look similar to ferns. They are low maintenance and hardy fern. In times of drought, the most you will have to look after this moss is with a small sprinkling of water. While it grows best in shaded areas, it can survive and thrive in sunny conditions as well. This particular moss is soft and thick. Ground Fern moss is dense, smooth, and velvety to the touch. A big plus of growing this plant is its ability to grow on just about anything. Stones, logs, metal, etc. And it’s easily transferable after it matures of course. It has a very high transplant success rate. It will also accentuate your other plants. As this moss grows and develops, the bright green texture will make your other flowers pop out; Drawing attention to all your hard work out in the garden. While it is not the fastest growing plant around, it will all be worth it when you see your walkways lined with soft, green moss. This moss is also an excellent choice for a moss lawn. If used as an alternative to a traditional grass yard, one can expect very little lawn maintenance since it should not need to be mowed.

Ground Fern Moss Ships As – Bareroot Plant