Growing moss in your garden is a great way to add more greenery. You’ll be glad to know that this isn’t difficult to do at all.
Moss is a type of bryophyte or a non-vascular plant. It is technically a plant but it doesn’t have branches, leaves or roots like a normal plant. And because it doesn’t have any roots, it does better in damp and shady locations where it can absorb water and moisture doesn’t dry out quickly.
This lovely garden featured at Indulgy has moss-covered landscape and mini waterfalls as focal point.
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