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Moss Collection is Liquid Absorbing

Moss likes dark, fertile, moist soil and full shade or artificial light. Add smooth river stones or small ferns and mist to the moss collection regularly to celebrate the beauty and freshness of a hidden forest glade. There are many types of mosses, and depending on the species, these flowerless plants usually grow between 1″ to 4″. Some species do grow taller. Like nature's carpet, Moss Collection used for ground cover, many species prefer cloudy, cold, dampness, but some have adapted to sunny, seasonal weather. These are an excellent choice for areas with tough spots with slightly excessive water issues as they are known to absorb liquid up to twenty times their weight.

 Moss Collection is Low Maintenance Decorative Additions to Woodland Gardens

Although they do not need much maintenance after establishing, the moss must receive lots of moisture until they have been. Banks that can be easily washed out may be the perfect place to grow this hardy plant, as it never needs cut and spreads well, helping?? grip?? the bank. Because of their root system (or lack of it), there is less need for planting medium. Moss tends to thrive in the Northwest of the country, making fantastic green roofs due to their lightweight, increased water absorption, and having high tolerance during droughts. They'll never need fertilizer and are low maintenance requiring no irrigation after established. Often used decoratively by florists and popular in Japanese gardens, moss is thought to present a sense of calmness. It is usually planted around the base of bonsai trees, covering the soil making the tree look more aged. Woodland gardens or any garden can achieve that soft, tranquil look with moss.

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Are you wondering why you should have a moss collection? Here are some fascinating details for you. A moss collection can quickly develop on frozen stony ground in the presence of soil. These remarkably preserved moss plants promote the development of other plant species present in the surroundings. 

A Moss is a green plant; it is sturdy and is sometimes only one cell thick. Like any typical plant, every species of moss plant uses sunlight to carry out the process of photosynthesis to produce nutrients. Moss species existed 540 million years ago when no creatures walked on this land. 

The lifespan of a moss plant is approximately two to ten years. Moss plants flourish in a clean environment, making them excellent pollution indicators. During World War 2, you can utilize sphagnum moss to stop the bleeding of the wounds, and You can also use it often because of its antibiotic properties. 

In history, moss was used to keep the place warm and was also considered edible as flour during times of famine. Japanese gardeners like to grow these plants because of their calming and soothing effects on our senses. The different kinds of moss plants are sustainable, provide shade, are suitable for lawn replacements, and are easy to maintain. As these are low-maintenance plants, there is no need to get anxious about fertilizers or watering them regularly. 

Because of its slow growth rate, a moss plant emits lots of oxygen, improving air quality. They are also suitable for wastewater treatment because of their capability to soak toxic components from both water and air.  

A doctor named Virginia Lohr from Washington State University performed a study in which she observed stress levels in employees of different departments. She found out that employees surrounded by a collection of moss were 12 percent less stressed than others. She was not the only doctor to find such results; many other scientists found similar results showing that the moss collection contributes to decreased stress. 


A moss plant is colonized by bacteria that survive on the decomposition of organic substances; it can efficiently decrease airborne dust. Airborne dust can hold different variations of possibly hazardous contaminants such as aerosols from cleaners, chemical dust, smoke particles, molds, and fumes. Introducing moss into a room helps you have some control over airborne dust. The soluble inorganic constituents of the airborne dust are absorbed and metabolized and hence effectively removed from the air.

A procedure is known as "evapotranspiration" makes it possible for the areas around moss walls to be more relaxed during summers. During the winter season, moss walls provide an additional layer of insulation to indoor areas, which also helps reduce heating costs.

Because of evapotranspiration, water makes its way through the moss and evaporates into the surrounding atmosphere. You're bringing the water cycle indoors where it can deliver all types of health benefits to those lucky enough to relish them.

Best Time to Harvest: Between March through mid-June and the autumn months of September through November

Soil: Acidic soils with a pH between 5.0 and 5.5

Zone: 4 to 8

Height: up to 4 inches tall

Sun Exposure: Complete Sunlight

Add them to your fairy garden and make it look even gorgeous with this moss variety pack!




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Hardy Planting Zones- 3-9 Sun or Shade ??Partial Sun to Full Shade Mature Height - 2-28" Mature Width- 1-27" Bloom Season ??n/a Gardener Status- Beginner
Planting Zones 4-9
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  • 5

    Great deal. Looks great as well.

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