Landscaping Projects - Phone Consultation
Please Contact Mossin' Annie to Discuss Your Landscaping Project For Serious Mountain Moss Clients, DIY Moss Gardeners, and Professional Landscapers: By ordering this item you are putting down a non-refundable deposit towards a phone consultation regarding your moss interests. During the phone call, we'll explore your ideas about converting your...
Lectures & Workshops
Please contact Mossin' Annie for Lectures and Workshops. By ordering this item you are putting down a non-refundable deposit. This option is offered as a credit card payment method for confirming a contract with Mountain Moss for a speaking engagement or workshop. Contact Mossin' Annie first to make arrangements regarding date and specifics. Re...
Leucobryum glaucum Tray -- Shade or Sun
Called Pincushion Moss, Leucobryum glaucum mounds are deep to light green depending upon its moisture content. It grows on a variety of substrates including rich, acidic soils to barren, sandy locations. It gets tiny golden brown sporophytes during all seasons. Also, it sometimes is covered with fragmented white leaf tips during asexual reproduc...
Mnium hornum Tray -- Shade/Partial Shade-- Currently Out of Stock -- Check back later
Mnium hornum is characterized by its small oval leaves that cascade intricately along a single plant stem that doesn’t branch. It is a great option for wet and shady locations. In a feature section of your moss garden, it provides great contrasting colors and textures. Mnium hormun plants can grow ¾ of an inch to 2 inches tall. IMPORTANT – READ ...
Plagiomnium ciliare Tray -- Shade/Partial Shade
Plagiomnium ciliare has distinctively different looking males (flower-like shape) and females (frond shape). In this alluring species, one notices first the pedal-like aspect of the plant as its colonies sprawl out over the surface. Next, the transparency in its green leaves make it a fantastic option in any moss project. This species has a glow...
Platygerian repens Tray -- Shade/Partial Sun
Talk about a sideways-growing, thin moss that adheres tightly to substrate surfaces – it’s Platygerian repens. It’s dark color when dry has prompted a common name of Dirty Green moss. However, when wet, it displays appealing green to the eye. This species offers a great option for flat moss lawns, green roofs, living walls and paver/stone applic...
Polytrichum commune Tray -- Shade or Sun
Polytrichum commune is one of the tallest mosses and definitely has the tallest sporophytes, Haircap Moss provides erosion control solutions holding the soil tightly in place. Plants are a deep green with dramatic changes in appearance based upon moisture content. Leaves will tightly curl around the stem when dry and within a minute will unfurl ...
Polytrichum juniperinum Tray -- Currently Out of Stock
Polytrichum juniperinum plants are smaller in diameter (skinnier) but almost as tall as Polytrichum commune. Like its counterpart provides erosion control solutions holding the soil tightly in place. Plants are a deep, blue-ish green (like juniper blue) with dramatic changes in appearance based upon moisture content. Leaves will tightly curl aro...
Reindeer Moss- Lichen Tray
Reindeer Moss is actually a lichen, Cladonia rangiferina, not a bryophyte (moss). It makes a dramatic accent with its natural gray-greenish color in contrast with the brilliant greens of mosses or colorful flowers. Specimens range in size from 5-10”. Long-term sustainability is questionable; consider Reindeer Moss as an annual requiring periodic...
Rhodobryum ontariense Tray -- Shade -- Temporarily Out of Stock
Rhodobryum ontariense has been called Rose Moss (and there is another species named Rhodobryum roseum most often found in Europe). This beautiful moss resembles green flower blossoms in its hydrated state. The medium-green leaves form a rosette reminiscent of a tiny flower. The most important part about planting this moss is that it changes dram...
Rocks -- Moss/Lichen
Rocks are essential elements in any good garden design. For that matter, using anchor rocks as a design element in terrariums is a good idea, too. Mountain Moss offers a variety of rocks/stones that already have mosses and/or lichens growing on them. Small rocks are less than 4 inches. Medium rocks are between 4-8 inches in size. Weight and size...
Rocks -- Quartz
Rocks are essential elements in any good garden design. For that matter, using anchor rocks as a design element in terrariums is a good idea, too. Mountain Moss offers a variety of rocks/stones that we collect. Mossin' Annie's favorites are quartz rocks. Small rocks are less than 4 inches. Medium rocks are between 4-8 inches in size. Weight and ...