“Christine Cook — a landscape designer and owner of Mossaics, a design firm specializing in mosses in Easton, Connecticut — suggests that, instead of digging up and moving patches of wild mosses or buying moss plugs, gardeners should encourage species that are native to where they live. Look for mossy patches, then carefully pull the grass and weeds out of the moss colony, and pick up fallen leaves and other debris that can smother it. That’s often enough to invigorate the native mosses.” – Ann Whitman Garden.org


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