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Moss Trays

Each moss tray order is approximately 10 x 20” in size providing at least 1.25 sq. ft. of product. Substrate fabric is included providing easy installation for gardeners and landscapers, if desired. Hard plastic tray may not be included in the shipment, unless specifically requested by the customer.

All live mosses, lichens and native plants have either been rescued from high-impact locations or cultivated in our Mossery. We promote the use of these plants for LIVE moss projects and sustainable landscapes. Some mosses will come with soil attached while others, particularly prostrate-growing types and mounds, may have very little soil attached to their tiny rhizoids.

Shipping Considerations

Mosses are shipped via Priority Mail through the US Postal Service. Most deliveries occur within 2-3 days. Mountain Moss will assume the costs of insuring your order. Please notify us if you encounter any issues or your delivery is lost.

You should expect your moss delivery within a week. We use somewhat unconventional packaging. For multiple trays in the same order, we may not include all trays but instead layer mosses on top of each other. 

Moss Trays

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Atrichum angustatum Tray

Atrichum angustatum Tray

$30.00

Atrichum angustatum, commonly called Star Moss, which is a small moss that holds soil in place with its compact growth patterns. Tolerant of a variety of pH levels. This upright grower particularly well on nutrient-poor and disturbed soils. Very little change in green appearance from wet vs. dry states but some shriveling is apparent. Male cups ...


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Ceratodon Tray

Tray

$35.00
Ceratodon Tray

Ceratodon Tray

$35.00

Ceratodon purpureus – This tiny moss has brilliant, deep green color with magnificent red sporophytes. It grows upright in dense mound colonies that feel like velvet to the touch. Be forewarned, Ceratodon may go through a dormant or adjustment phase when it turns brown for a while. It can appear dead but patient waiting reveals that it will reju...


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Climacium Tray

Tray

$35.00
Climacium Tray

Climacium Tray

$35.00

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 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 colonies in too muc...


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Ditrichum Tray -- Currently out of stock -- Check back later

Ditrichum Tray -- Currently out of stock -- Check back later

$30.00

A deeper green than other moss species, Ditrichum affine has a rich, luxurious appearance. An upright grower, with plants only about 1/4-1/2 inch tall, this species forms round, cushion-like colonies. A hallmark of this species are the intense yellow sporophytes that appear in profusion prompting the common name, Wheat moss. Although tolerant of...


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Entodon Tray

Tray

$30.00
Entodon Tray

Entodon Tray

$30.00

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 ...


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Hedwigia Tray

Tray

$30.00
Hedwigia Tray

Hedwigia Tray

$30.00

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...


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Leucobryum Tray

Tray

$20.00
Leucobryum Tray

Leucobryum Tray

$20.00

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...


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Platygerian Tray

Tray

$30.00
Platygerian Tray

Platygerian Tray

$30.00

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...


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Polytrichum commune Tray

Polytrichum commune Tray

$35.00

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 ...


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Polytrichum juniperinum Tray

Polytrichum juniperinum Tray

$35.00

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...


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Reindeer Moss- Lichen Tray

Reindeer Moss- Lichen Tray

$15.00

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...


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Sphagnum Tray

Tray

$30.00
Sphagnum Tray

Sphagnum Tray

$30.00

Sphagnum mosses are commonly known as Peat Moss (its “dead” state), Sphagnums require more consistent or constant moisture or water sources. They make good groundcovers for waterfall surrounds, rain gardens or bog gardens. They feel soft and spongy to the touch. Many species of Sphagnums can grow in a range of climates. Color transitions may shi...


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