Do you have dried moss sitting in your home, waiting to spring back to life? Moss can often revive from a dried, dormant state when rehydrated, given the right conditions. However, if it’s been heat-treated, chemically treated, or excessively dry for too long, revival may not be possible. Whether you’re a moss hobbyist or you […]
Mosses are often mistaken for fungi, molds, algae, lichens, or liverworts because they are often found in damp environments and are simple organisms that do not produce flowers to reproduce. However, they are actually very different. Mosses are small, green plants that do not have vascular tissues to transport water and nutrients. They have a
Imagine your flower pots and houseplants looking like they’re straight out of a magical fairy tale, complete with lush, velvety green moss. Moss can be the perfect companion to your houseplants, but not all plant partners are a match made in heaven for moss. For the moss and the houseplant to thrive together, they should
Providing the right amount of light is essential to growing moss indoors. Mosses can survive in low light but to thrive they require light to photosynthesize. Depending on the species, some moss species (e.g. Broom fork moss, Pincushion moss) can thrive in partial shade; But a large number of moss species (e.g. Haircap mosses) require
Growing mosses indoors is becoming increasingly popular. Not only are they low-maintenance and always green, they can also improve indoor air quality. Mosses can be used as potting material for orchids, to topdress or accompany plants with similar growing habits, or as a living wall to create a unique and natural touch in your home.