While some get rid of moss in their garden, others grow moss on purpose to cover up surfaces and give the garden a natural look.
If you’d like to grow this non-vascular plant in your garden, here are some of the things that it needs:
- Shade – Moss thrives in places with shade such as under the trees.
- Moisture – Moss requires a damp location but it only needs a little moisture. It won’t do well in a swampy spot.
- Acidic soil – Moss grows well in soil with higher acidity such as pH of 5.5.
- Compacted clay soil – Although moss can grow in almost every type of soil, it grows best in compacted clay soil.
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