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Moss For Sun

Sun Mosses For Your Garden

When you would like to make your garden look diverse and beautiful, you must ensure that you have taken a look at what all your options are because you do not need to hide your moss under a tree or keep them all out of the sunlight. Some mosses will perform quite well in the sun, and you need to ensure that you have taken a look at how these mosses will look in the garden once you have planted them. Each one can change the way your garden looks and add a bit of color.

 

Why Sun Mosses?

 

 

Sun mosses will work in places like rock formations or garden plots where your flowers are surrounded by mulch or grass. Moss adds a bit of texture and character to the area, and you can put sun mosses on rocks so break up the design that includes a rock formation. Plus, you can use moss around trees that get a lot of sun around their roots or base.

 

The Texture of Sun mosses ranges in silky to textured

 

 

The texture that you get out of these mosses is effortless to see when you are walking through the garden because mosses have a carpet-like texture that you want to touch. You can add texture to the lawn that will make people feel comfortable, and you might even lay down a carpet moss that will be fun to walk on because it rebounds so well. The texture is something that will get your kids to come into the garden and enjoy it. There are times when the texture could make the garden look more delightful, or the texture could trap moisture that is released back into the air to benefit all the plants in the area.

 

Peat Moss

 

 

Peat moss could make your garden look like it has a bit of a bog. You can add this moss around all the parts of the garden that need to have a firmer base, and you can include these mosses around the bases of trees or over rocks that you have gotten tired of looking at. When you are thinking this through, you could also use a cushion moss that will work around your walkway stones.

 

Cushion Moss For Maple Trees

 

 

Carpet moss is beautiful to walk on, but it is not as thick as cushion moss. This moss is exceptionally soft, and it will work well around your maple trees. The moss will nourish the tree, and the tree’s roots will be protected. Cushions like this can help make the earth look like it has built up to support just the tree, and you are adding color to a maple tree that might not have the greens that you are looking for in most trees.

 

Moss Is Beautiful

 

 

People feel like they have walked into a magical fairy forest when they see moss they can walk on, thriving maple trees, and a garden that welcomes them to sit for — a spell.