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Mosses For Tennessee are very affordable in our online nursery
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Mosses For Tennessee come in several different varieties and transplant fairly easy
There are different species of moss, and each variety can be found in the wild. I love seeing moss in its natural form, growing in thick carpeting on the north side of the tree. The ability to landscape with live moss is a fantastic way to cover those bare areas where shade is in abundance and grass will not grow! Since it does not have actual roots, it is easy to harvest, and transplant.
Mosses for Tennessee keep out invasive species of other plants
If you're looking for a natural form of weed control, a way to keep out invasive species, or for ground cover, then you may well want to consider tree apron moss (Anomodon attenuatus). Tree apron moss does well in growing zones two through seven. It can grow in either full shade or sunlight.