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Moss Rocks!

Living Sculptures

There’s something therapeutic about moss. It’s nearly impossible to resist the urge to touch the soft, lush growth. It’s a tactile treasure, perfect for green thumbs and not-so-green thumbs. We were introduced to the beauty and ease of Moss Rocks! by natural gardening advocate Annie Haven.
Moss Rocks!
Moss Rocks!
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Living Sculptures

There’s something therapeutic about moss. It’s nearly impossible to resist the urge to touch the soft, lush growth. It’s a tactile treasure, perfect for green thumbs and not-so-green thumbs. We were introduced to the beauty and ease of Moss Rocks! by natural gardening advocate Annie Haven.

Moss Rocks! container gardens make it easy to enjoy in your home, office or backyard. Dicranum moss is planted in sculptural, stone-like containers that contrast with the tufted greenery. The effect is simple yet striking, with a Zen-like vibe.

David Spain, an expert on moss, and his business partner, Ken Gergle, have been designing moss gardens for more than 10 years, and they’re committed to educating gardeners about how to sustainably propagate moss. Their Moss Rocks! planters are designed for moss aficionados and newbies. The pre-planted vessels have a patent-pending reservoir system that makes watering simple, and the ceramic containers are frost-resistant, so you can leave them outside without worrying about cracking. Each one is a work of art (and no wonder, since David is an artist).They’re great for gifting, though very hard to part with.

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