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Old 04-04-2009, 10:18 AM   #14
amelanchier
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Originally Posted by TheLorax View Post
So you were able to have your moss and eat it too. Moss is very much underused. It has a velvety look and feel to it that is timeless. Have you thought about trying to add a few larger fieldstones to your woodland area to try to get moss growing on them?
Well, now that you mention it, there are some big, flat-topped rocks (part limestone I think) in one corner of the garden. I've planted a bunch of ferns there, but if moss comes, I will try to encourage it. I've been itching to get out there & take some closer shots of different parts of the garden to get some feedback & put some images to the descriptions, but it's been very rainy the last couple of days.

I saw some little Dicentras peeking out of the earth yesterday, and the bold, fresh foliage of a Monarda has shot forth in another spot. Spring is tentatively starting here, even though we're supposed to get more snow in a couple of days.
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