Entodon seductrix Living Moss Wall Panel -- Shade or Sun -- Only One Available
Bryoandersonia illecebra Tray -- Shade or Sun
Bryoandersonia illecebra is sometimes called worm moss or spoon moss. Take a trip back in time to the 60s when shag carpet was popular. Bryoandersonia has the same appearance. Or some people think it looks like small worms. If you take a close up look, you’ll see the leaves curve/cup around the stem, and therefore, scientists refer to this speci...
Climacium americanum Mat -- Shade or Sun
Climacium americanum is commonly called Tree Moss. It gets its name from the fact that it grows in colonies that appear like forests of little trees. Actually, the upper canopy (top of moss plant) of tree moss is much larger than most all other mosses, about .75-1.5” in spread and a height of 1-3”. New growth will be deep green while older growt...
Climacium Living Wall Panel -- Shade or Sun
Climacium americanum is commonly called Tree Moss. It gets its name from the fact that it grows in colonies that appear like forests of little trees. Actually, upper canopy of tree moss (tops of plants) is much larger than most all other mosses, about .75-1.5” in spread and a height of 1-3”. New growth will be deep green while older growth or co...
Entodon seductrix Mat -- Shade or Sun
Entodon seductrix might be called Shiny Sexy Moss. This shiny green moss grows prostrate and hugs surfaces in flat colonies. And, don't you think its second name sounds "sexy?" It attaches quickly to all types of surfaces from acid soil to concrete substrates. It exhibits amazing fast-growing properties. A versatile moss, it is a good candidate ...
Hedwigia ciliata Mat -- Shade or Sun
Hedwigia ciliata is named after the father of bryology, Johannes Hedwig. He might wonder at the common name of Dreadlock Moss. Or maybe flattered that kids like to call it Hedwig Moss after the owl's name in Harry Potter books. This moss grows in loose colonies with the rhizoids grouped as a “foot” to attach it. It is deep, dark green with light...
Hylocomium brevistore Mat -- Shade/Partial Sun -- Temporarily Out of Stock
The term “fluffy” is the most accurate description of Hylocomium brevistore. A light green shade, plants have a tendency to rise above the soil surface in loose organization even though it is a technically a sideways grower. A shade lover, Hylocomium tolerates some partial sunspots that may occur during the day. When dry, its color gets lighter ...
Hypnum imponens Mat -- Shade/Partial Sun
Hypnum species are referred to as common Log or Fern Mosses. It will grow on a variety of substrates including vertical surfaces. Its green color can range from brilliant to a darker, yellow-green state. Please note: Like Thuidium, this moss may have a transitional bright yellow stage. It grows in shade and partial sun locations. IMPORTANT – REA...
Mixed Species Living Wall Panel
Mosses are social. Often species grow together in the same colonies. Mountain Moss is now offering trays that contain different species intertwined with each other. The combination of species provides various textures and different shades of green (or maybe even golden overtones).Panels include a selection of compatible mosses appropriate for sh...
Mixed Species Mats
Mosses are social. Often species grow together in the same colonies. Mountain Moss is now offering trays that contain different species intertwined with each other. The combination of species provides various textures and different shades of green (or maybe even golden overtones). Mats include a selection of compatible mosses appropriate for sha...
Thuidium delicatulum -- Living Moss Wall Panel -- Shade/Partial Sun
Thuidium delicatulum, often called Fern or Log Moss, is a fast grower. Regretfully, it is known in the floral industry as sheet moss. It is usually bright green but plants may display bright yellow color during a transition phase. When it dries out, Thuidium changes from a lush appearance to dried up looking fern fronds that appear sick or dead....
Thuidium delicatulum Mat -- Shade/Partial Sun