Connecting with others and sharing moss tips is key to Mountain Moss’ outreach. We’ve jumped on the social media bandwagon and we’ve even started to produce some YouTube videos. Our Facebook group, Go Green With Moss, now has over 630 members (August 2015). Join in our mossy fun of exchanging ideas and posting interesting moss photos. Like pen pals of the past, we are forging new friendships on the Internet. I’m so happy to have finally met Moss Man, J. Paul Moore from Nashville, in person in July.
Follow MossinAnnie on Twitter, Pinterest and Instagram for occasional posts and photographs. And don’t forget to like and subscribe to Mossin’ Annie’s YouTube channel.
Mountain Moss has entered the YouTube world with our own Mossin’ Annie’s channel. With the help of Aisha Adams Media, we have started to produce videos to share. If you are into “unboxing” videos, then you might enjoy the unboxing of the book manuscript and another video on the “unboxing” and “unveiling” when I received my author’s advance copy of my book – Momentous, moss-some occasions in my life! Check out these videos and others that provide insights into various topics about moss gardening. Like and Subscribe to keep up with more videos as they are released.
Mountain Moss is licensed and certified to legitimately collect native plants (NCDA License #5291) and to distribute mosses through our moss nursery which we call our Mossery (NCDA Certification #6440). NC Landscape Contractor License (#1239)
Mountain Moss Enterprises is committed to educational outreach and offers a number of Go Green With Moss programs including lectures, workshops, classes and nature hikes.Learn More
As experts in moss gardening, Mountain Moss offers valuable advice to professional landscape contractors and aspiring moss gardeners. Learn More
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