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Hi. Two things actually, yesterday I bought a plate of moss, there are about 5 different kinds, i would like to either make a moss garden, (I only have one big oak tree, which I would like to put the moss under, or to grow in the house as a moss garden), and the other thing is, I have some concrete statues, a budda, and a pagoda light (which over hangs a small 4 x 8 pond, I would like to have the moss cover and grow on these. Do you have any information about doing either thing, and also, since I do not know the type or names of what I bought, is there a site I can go to that would have pictures with names. I am an avid beginner gardner, and I am trying to keep my gardens as natural as possible.



Replies:
Dear Kathryn,

The following may be helpful:
http://www.gardenweb.com/forums/load/woodland/msg0416344422771.html

Sincerely,

Anthony R. Brach, Ph.D.



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