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Mosses For Texas have 14 potential types to grow in your area
We offer 14 different types of moss plants to your specific state, from our topiary moss seeds to our cushion moss. We have chosen only the best, as always for your state based on what will grow the best and achieve their full potential in the state of Texas. We get only the best from all over the US to make sure our customers are fully satisfied with the result of the seeds that they receive from us. Please take the time at the point of checkout to stop and leave us your input in the form of a comment in the section given so that we can better our company and offer a more broad selection to your state and many others.
Mosses For Texas prefer a really shady area
It is dark green and grows in dense patches. From early Spring to late Summer, Irish moss forms small white flowers that cover most of the plant. The flowers are entirely white and feature five petals around a light green center. The plant is composed of clumps of close-packed blades that grow up to 2 inches in height and completely cover the ground. Irish Moss is also known as Scot's moss and is a member of the Caryophyllaceae family. This plant is not a pure moss and is either a herbaceous perennial or evergreen, depending on where it is growing. This plant produces lush emerald green foliage and is dotted with tiny white blooms. For best results, plant it in the late spring when the potential for frost has passed. To provide ample room for the spread, it is best to space these plants 12 inches apart. Irish moss needs moist soil to thrive, avoid soggy soil or over-watering to prevent root rot. It tolerates foot traffic well and has a moderate growth rate. Home gardeners who are looking for an attractive ground cover would do well to consider this herbaceous perennial for their landscape setting.
Mosses for Texas are essential for fertilizing the understory of a garden
These have been rescued from the high impact areas with these Thuidium Fern Moss. When you have live moss and landscape areas, we promote these. These have very little soil attached to them, but some mosses will come with the ground attached to them. When your moss arrives be sure to check the moisture levels, and you should fluff the Moses with your hands. You should keep these moist and rehydrate them as needed until they are planted. They require more attention to keep these fresh, and avoid any air conditioning or heat.