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www.gardendesign.com/plants/moss.html

Rock cap moss (Dicranum) will prosper in deep shade. Transplant it when leaves are already on the trees, as sun can quickly inflict harm. This plant will grow on ...

www.tnnursery.net/shade-moss-for-sale

Hair Cap Moss is a favorite among gardeners who want to create a low-growing backdrop for other plants or an attractive ground cover in a shady part of the ...

www.thespruce.com/moss-plants-shade-alternative-to-lawns-2130879

Jan 12, 2020 ... Because they are low-growing and can form dense mats, these shade plants can be considered an alternative ground cover for landscaping and ...

mossacres.com/pages/mosses-for-shade

A versatile, low growing moss with a high transplant success rate. Sheet Moss ( Hypnum genus) thrives in shade, but will also tolerate partial sunlight but not ...

www.hgtv.com/outdoors/gardens/garden-styles-and-types/moss-gardens-are-made-in-the-shade

Got a shady space in your garden where you can't get anything to grow? · "Moss offers a way to work with nature and grow something that naturally occurs in shady&...

www.seattletimes.com/life/lifestyle/moss-lawn-a-garden-made-in-the-shade

Jun 18, 2010 ... If you decide that you are getting more moss than lawn, and decide to grow moss, add sulfur to your soil to encourage the moss to spread. In ...

www.gardengatemagazine.com/articles/design-ideas/all/marvelous-moss-garden

Nov 4, 2019 ... If you have dry shade, this is the moss to use. It will grow on soil, stone, or wood, taking 6 months or more to establish. Mood moss is not a good ...

www.gardenista.com/posts/10-easy-pieces-the-most-magical-mosses

Mar 12, 2013 ... Growing up in Seattle, I was raised to view moss as a menacing ... It is a low maintenance plant, with only two real needs: shade and moisture.

www.southernliving.com/home-garden/gardens/planting-a-moss-lawn

Jul 20, 2012 ... Moss rules this naturalistic landscape. Soft underfoot, it goes well with hostas, ferns, and other shade plants. | Credit: Ralph Anderson.

trunorthlandscaping.com/2016/03/make-the-most-of-your-shade-garden-with-moss

Jan 19, 2018 ... A few mosses that you may wish to consider in your garden are: Sheet Moss, Cushion Moss, Hair Cap Moss, and Fern Moss. Hosta, Fern, Lady's ...