Climacium Living Wall Panel -- Shade or Sun -- Only one available
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...
Custom Moss Sampler Tray
Sometimes customers just want their favorite moss species or educators desire specific mosses for teaching purposes. Mountain Moss is happy to accommodate special requests by making up a custom moss sampler tray. After placing your order online, please send an email citing 2-6 preferred moss species to be included in your tray to: Mossin' Annie....
DIY Terrarium Moss Tray
For DIY terrarium enthusiasts, in addition to offering a full DIY Terrarium Kit, Mountain Moss is now providing DIY Terrarium Sampler trays. Mossin’ Annie will choose her favorite mosses for making terrariums that offer varying shades of green and different textures. Selection will include 4-6 shade moss species. IMPORTANT – READ before placing ...
Entodon seductrix Living Moss Wall Panel -- Shade or Sun -- Limited Availability
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 ...
The perfect present for the holidays for your friends, co-workers and family. Truly a gift that keeps on giving joy to any aspiring moss gardener, a gift certificate provides an excellent opportunity for your loved ones to choose their own favorite moss for a DIY landscape or terrarium project. Certificates are available for different amounts. W...
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...