Fern Moss - 1 Square Foot

  • Fern Moss
  • Fern Moss

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  • 4
    Fern Moss 5 sq ft.

    Posted by Rebecca Richards on Jan 26, 2022

    It is so lovely seeing this mini fernlike mosses. I have this installed in my rock garden and very satisfied so far.

  • 5
    Ground Fern Moss

    Posted by Freddie Roberts on Aug 28, 2019

    wonderful addition around the water garden

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We dig fresh our plants and ship immediately. We ship US Mail, Priority shipping. You will receive a tracking number once your plants ship. All plants will be fine in their packages for up to 3 days after receiving.

How We Protect Your Plants For Transit

We sell only bare root plants. We dip the roots in tera-sorb silicone gel to retain ample moisture for transit and surround with plastic. This is superior protection for plants in transit for up to 12 days.

Upon Receipt Of Your Plants

Open your plants and inspect the same day received. We offer 3 days to report any problems with your order. Bare root plants need to be planted within 2-3 days of receiving unless weather-related problems prohibit planting. Store in a cool place and keep roots moist and covered with plastic until they can be planted. Water for the first week daily after planting.

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Fern Moss is a Prehistoric-like Plant that Can Survive in Many Places Where Other Plants Can't

Fern Moss clings to dead trees, old cement statues and sidewalks, and the ground, which is how it got its name. Although its height is less than an inch, it makes up for the difference by spreading out quickly.

Ground Fern Moss has to have plenty of water to survive.

It loves places that stay drenched from the rain and the splash-over from streams and rivers. So although it can get started anywhere from the North to the southernmost part of the United States, it doesn't live long if a summer drought sets in. The soil requirements for this plant are very Fern Moss is Very Easy to Plant and Grow.

Getting Ground Fern Moss started is simple. All a gardener must do is find a clump of the stuff growing. Then, they have to break it up into pieces in a kitchen blender that contains two cups of buttermilk. Once the moss is blended up, the mixture must be poured wherever the gardener wants it to grow.

 Ground Fern Moss is a great plant.

Ground Fern Moss is a Thick, Clumpy Flowerless Plant

Ground Fern Moss is a flowerless plant that grows in thick clumps in shady and moist areas. Moss does not have any seeds or flowers but makes a great addition to a dark portion of a garden where you would like some soft greenery to walk on. It's incredibly soft to the touch under your feet and creates beautiful sections of green on the grounds of trees and rocks. Ground moss is typically used for decorative purposes around flowers and trees but can also be used for peat.

Ground Fern Moss Helps Create a Significant Amount of Carbon Dioxide Needed for the Planet

Many people fail to know that these plants create a significant amount of carbon dioxide needed for the planet even though they do not like a flower. Ground moss doesn't have the traditional roots most plants have; they hold themselves down using threadlike rhizoids. This plant is attractive and can thrive in many places; on the ground, on tree trunks, rocks, and branches. It can even be found on the cement in cities sometimes — many plant growers worldwide associate moss with providing peacefulness, stillness, and calm.


Ground moss is sometimes used as a lawn in the cloudy, damp Pacific Northwest. It covers areas with green at an even height, requires no mowing, less water than traditional grass, and mostly maintains itself. In the late 19th century, moss was in style and a trend to grow extensive moss collections on wood slats consistently watered. Whether you are looking for a plant you can walk and lounge on, something to cover a cement wall, building a Zen garden, or whatever your desire may be, ground moss will add a lovely bright shade of green that requires very little assistance.

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Fern Moss is a Hardy Evergreen Moss

 Fern Moss is hardy. Fern moss is an evergreen moss known for its ability to grow on just about anything. Ground Fern Moss grows slowly, but it will grow on most things, including rock, wood, metal, and anything else. Ground fern moss needs shaded moist areas to grow efficiently. This moss has signature stalks that rise from the base layer of the moss and have small leaves coming off of them. Ground Fern Moss is relatively low maintenance and may only need a dash of water during times of drought. Ground fern moss is a hardy plant that loves and thrives in full sun but easily adapts.

Buy Fern Moss can Double its Size in Less than One Year.

This fern can double its size in the right growing conditions, soil type, sunlight, and zone in less than one year. Anything that this fern is planted near will take its look; instead, it is a log, rock, or path that can grow over it and cover it. Over time as the ground cover matures, it can be broken apart and planted elsewhere. It is a natural transplant.

Fern moss is a native moss found almost everywhere in the US except for Antarctica. This moss is thick, dense, and has small stalks home to many leaves. This moss grows well around walkways, paths, rocks, and driveways. It also grows in rock gardens around water gardens, ponds, or shady flower beds. This plant can withstand harsh winters and is easily adaptable; Ground fern moss is used in places where you need something growing fast because it can cover an area quickly.

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