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Growing Mood Moss And How To Be Creative With It
Mood Moss is a common moss that grows in terrariums and vivariums.
It grows from spores, and it does not have roots systems or vascular tissue to transfer the water or nutrients throughout the plant. Mood Moss is a very thick, abundant and colorful plant. It can be used for different garden activities such as: decorating for rock gardens, dish gardens, fairy gardens, craft projects, water features, doing interior or exterior landscaping; which it could happen naturally, or other art-related and creative ideas. The type of moss you need depends on what you need, and it requires low-maintenance.
Three most common types of Moss to use whenever you feel creative:
"Just Picked" Mood Moss
Used for planting
Dried Mood Moss
Soil cover for potted plants
Preserved Mood Moss
For a "Just Picked" Mood Moss, it requires some rules for it to grow. Mood Moss does not need sun; it prefers the shade and indirect lighting. Moss obtains its nutrients from the air, making humidity an essential factor for it to grow. As we all know, is kind of hard to control the moisture, but if the area is continuously moisturized, there will be no problem. However, water features will raise the humidity, as well, as an automated misting system.
If you bought a Mood Moss and you are not prepared to use it yet, you can put Mood Moss in a freezer to maintain its life until you feel ready.