Beautiful soft wispy mood moss is shown laid out here in my yard. This is a listing for this moss sold in a large Master Pack box with 5 individual boxes inside of it to help you cover large areas in your yard.
Your sections will vary from e sections 6" to 12" or more. This is delicate fern moss and there may be larger/longer section 1 to 2 foot+ in length. Depends where it was harvested. Sometimes small trailing plants and lichens are also in here for an instant woodland mixture look.
This is the way to go if you can not wait for your moss to spread. Simply prepare your area so there is a nice section of soil that you can just lay this on top of as close or far apart as you want. I have even laid this on top of very sparse forest areas directly onto the ground with NO prep work with MUCH success at growing.
Each 1 cubic foot box will have about 8-10 gallon bags that you can pack up that averages about $100 per box if bought by the gallon bag.
*****This is a LARGE HEAVY box and will be shipped via fed ex.
ATTENTION::::SHIPPING TO CA REQUIRES A PHYTOSANITARY CERTIFICATE & THE COST IS $20 MORE***** Because of this it takes about 2 weeks when shipping to CA.
*****My mushrooms are sold here*****
This moss is so beautiful and makes wonderful terrariums. You can put this piece also in your yard in the shade as very little light is need for this to grow.
Mood Moss & Pillow Moss Care
Live mood moss grows in a very compact clump yet has very feathery plumes on top. It is a bit easier to care for in terrariums than pillow moss for several reasons. Mood moss stays a pretty green when dry where pillow moss gets a lighter green. This is why Mood Moss is great for open style terrariums.
Pillow moss hates to keep wet underneath and will die and brown if there is to much moisture underneath the clump or humidity in a closed lid environment.
When watering open style terrariums you should be sure that the soil does get soaked for the first time but no standing water can be seen after a few minutes. Then do this at least once a week like you would water a houseplant. The open style also likes to be misted so give it a few squirts as well.
Closed style terrariums do not need to be watered as often. You do need to be sure the soil is soaked the first time, again no standing water. Then about every 2 weeks or so you may need to mist again. The reason you do not want to do more is to much humidity and moisture can kill your pillow moss and some other types as well. Lichens in the terrarium also need less moisture. It is better to underwater than to over water.