Moss Sampler Pack

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Shipping Information

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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Moss is the #1 staple for air purification and thrives in shade and moisture

The Many Advantages of Growing Moss 


 Moss lawns and gardens are very appealing to the eye. There are many reasons why they have grown in popularity in recent years. Next is a look at why you should grow the plant in your landscaping plans.


Moss Requires very Little Water


 Maintaining Moss is inexpensive. You can expect your water bill to shoot to very large mounts with normal plants. Moss can survive in all sorts of environments and even go for a very long time without water.



 In some cases, Moss will even grow without your efforts. You will be happy with your reduced work when it comes to maintenance. If the plant ends up drying up when you are short of water, it will usually grow back on its own. That means you are likely to only purchase the moss plant once, and it will keep regrowing on your lawn even in cases of water shortage.


 Also, mosses can tolerate a wide range of pH levels. Most moss species are well adapted to acidic conditions. The plants grow best in shade gardens. Planting moss in shady areas and on low pH surfaces also discourages grass growth. Although they grow best in shady gardens, they will not die when exposed to the sun or even when grown in high pH areas.


Moss  Preserves the Environment


 A garden or lawn is not just supposed to be attractive and topiary. It should encourage the preservation of the planet and water sources. Besides lowering the need for water, Moss doesn't require fertilizers or other chemicals. That means your costs are lowered further, and you get to play a role in keeping natural water sources safe.


 As you probably know already, these chemicals find their way into the ground and usually end up joining the streams of water under it. Finally, the chemicals will pollute the water sources and cause harm to anyone who uses the contaminated water.


 With most plants, you don't need such products to help in their growth. Your garden will be surrounded by lush and green year-round topiary even if you are not ready to spend money on chemicals.


 Can help in the Reclamation of Land


 Moss can be used to reclaim the land in places where mining or other similar activities have occurred. The plants can even grow on their own in sites with mineral toxins. Many other garden plants cannot grow in the same sites even if you put in the special effort. Moss plants help to clear the area of toxic materials. Varying species of Moss perform differently when it comes to absorbing toxic matter from the environment. The best include hair cap moss, sheet moss, carpet moss, tree apron moss, and cushion moss.


 These species of Moss are also the best to grow in places with very salty soils. During winter, many environments get excessively salty because of government efforts to make roads usable. The resulting contaminated water is dangerous to your normal plants, but moss gardens will be lush and green year-round.


 Even with the heavy metal and salt toxins, moss gardens can survive without much effort from homeowners. This makes the plant ideal for landscaping in recent mining sites. Due to the absorption of these elements, the plant will also help to make your natural water sources safer.


 Because of the absorptive power of moss plants, your worries about flooding can be reduced. The plants can suck up water from your garden and reduce the effects of the flood. If your home is in a hilly area, the plant will even help reduce soil erosion resulting from the water flow. To further reduce soil erosion, moss plants have long rhizoids that can hold soil particles together.


 Have a nice Green Appearance


 Mosses can improve the appearance of shade gardens considerably. There are many species to choose from, and you can always find one you like. The most attractive types are carpet moss, hair cap moss, sheet moss, tree apron moss, and cushion moss. Usually, they grow thick and can be trimmed to a nice topiary design. With these plants, your lawn's Groundcover will impress anyone who sits on your property.


 Should you use Moss as your Groundcover?


 Although Moss grows well in almost all environments, it is best to grow them in shade gardens. Also, they will do best in wet or moist areas. Ensure that you grow the plants on surfaces with low pH. If your garden or lawn meets these conditions, Moss will provide a great groundcover. If these elements shift through the year, Moss is still your best bet. The reason is that it will not die when it lacks the optimum conditions for growth. It might dry but will always grow back when exposed to optimum conditions. 

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