Moss Mondays at Mossery 0
Mountain Moss is pleased to announce that our production Mossery (moss nursery) will be open to the public this summer on Monday afternoons. If you want to shop for mosses, come visit on a Monday between 1-5 pm! We have an exclusive selection of shade and sun species available in container trays (1.25 sq ft) or mats (36 sq ft) that roll out like a green carpet...
In the NEWS 0With the release of Mossin' Annie's book, The Magical World of Moss Gardening (Timber Press, August 2015), Mountain Moss has been in the news lately. My hometown newspaper, The Asheville Citizen-Times...
MOSS-apalooza -- September 5, 2015 0MOSS-apalooza -- The Grand Opening of Mossin’ Annie’s new Mossery and Book Release Party will be held on Saturday, September 5th from 2-5 pm! We're gonna have a fun time!
Moss Landscaping Services 0
Our landscape services include site consultations, turn-key installations and a bit of hand-holding for DIY folks with our moss garden mentoring option. As a licensed NC Landscape Contractor and expert on moss gardening, Mossin’ Annie and her trained moss team can transform your garden with the year-round green appeal of verdant mosses. Our largest project to date, over 2500 square feet of mosses installed in Madison, Georgia between snow storms in February 2014, is looking magnificent this year. Time is the true test of success! Another major cool project now in the works is the Ira B. Jones Elementary School Alumni Moss Garden in Asheville, NC. Childhood friends are organizing an alumni group crossing all generations to create a learning moss garden as our first effort together. To complement the learning garden, we’ll develop a protocol for curriculum standards to mirror the expectations of science educators who teach about the Plant Kingdom. We want to expand the focus to include our planet’s first land plants – bryophytes. Donations are welcome in support of this educational program.
A shout out for DIY moss gardener, Dick Shullman in Connestee Falls near Brevard, NC. One of my lectures in Fall 2014 peaked his interest. Then a site consultation in November provided him with a better understanding of moss planting methods. And now, he’s become a moss gardener extraordinaire. In fact, his moss garden is so impressive already that it was included on the community garden tour in June 2015.
His gnome village is captivating.