Moose are low-growing plants that form carpet-like mats or clumps on the forest floor, stone and even wood. These prehistoric plants. Along with liverworts and hornworts as Moose, transfer nutrients from cell to cell by osmosis Classified Most moss species thrive in moist, dark, shadowy environment so that they. An ideal ground cover for such conditions Moss can to new locations by a small part be transplanted after a heavy rain.
Silver Ball moss (Leucobryum glaucum) is probably the most easily recognized moss in North America, William Cullina quoted in his book "Native Ferns, Moss & Grasses." Moss grows wide shimmering light green, spherical clumps of 4 to 8 inches. Although silver ball moss enjoys the dense shade of the forest, it can grow well in sunny locations. Silver Ball moss is not only attractive, but soft and light as a feather in her hand. It can be transplanted from one place to another in the entire clot.
Juniper Hair Cap Moss
Juniper hair cap moss (Polytrichum juniperinum) grows in the temperate forests of the world. Especially popular with gardeners and landscapers in Japan this moss for its leaves, which is similar to the needle-like leaves designated jointly conifers. The dark green foliage is underpinned by strong roots that anchor juniper hair cap moss firmly in the ground. Juniper hair cap moss is known for rather hardy and can withstand even kicked. This quality makes it a perfect alternative to lawn grass in heavily trafficked, moist, shady areas.
Broom moss (Dicranum scoparium), also known as rock cap moss is windy or forms, soft, padded, emerald green carpets on rocks and hard, bare floor. These intrepid moss tends to survive in drier conditions than other mosses. In addition to the hard surfaces of rocks and compact dirt, moss wrapped broom would be covered wood, and even stones. It is also known to grow up to vertical surfaces.
Another attractive clump of moss species found around the world thrive on shady rocks as grimmia (Grimmia pulvinata) is known. This moss bears hairy white leaves similar in appearance silver fox fur. Grimmia is known as easy to care for type of moss that grows in many conditions.
Silvery Sidewalk Moss
Silvery sidewalk moss (Bryum argenteum) is. Often peaking through cracks between paving stones in humid regions Its silvery leaves are soft and lightweight, grows in small clumps everywhere it can be a little moisture. As juniper hair cap moss, silvery sidewalk moss is ideal for high traffic areas where a moisture-loving ground cover is desired.