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Thudium Moss

Thudium Moss

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Hardy planting zones 3-11. The growth rate is up to 12 inches per year.Hardy planting zones 3-11. The growth rate is up to 12 inches per year.

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If you are looking for a beautiful ground cover for your rock garden or beds around your home, Thudium Moss, or commonly known as Fern Moss, may be your answer.

Once established, this plant is drought hardy and can even act as a mulch. Its fern-like appearance has an almost medieval magical quality that sparks the imagination. This lovely plant likes partial sunlight to shade, so it is perfect for a sun-challenged yard. What a solution for those flat or gently sloping areas in your yard that are a bit bald due to shade. Fern Moss does tolerate being walked on so it can do well around stepping stones or in shade gardens with steps.

This moss likes to start in a ground that is not cluttered with other plants.

It needs water to get started, but after six months, it is established and is basically maintenance free. As a plus, this moss spreads quickly and is hardy. It can enhance a water feature or a concrete wall. This plant and its fern-like texture showcase Stone, brick, or wood steps. What a natural addition as a fern garden ground-cover and will act as a living mulch for the water happy ferns.

Thudium Moss adds strong curb appeal to your home. Yards and gardens using this moss as a ground cover show well, and the need for little maintenance is also a plus. It can grow easily in most of the eastern side of the US as it likes woodland type areas with high humidity. Acid soil is not a problem, and it can thrive around junipers and pines. An added plus, it is used by many songbirds as nesting material. If you're in the market for a pretty shaded ground cover, consider the hardy thudium moss.

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