Post by partisangardener on Dec 1, 2016 16:18:59 GMT -5
With Sphagnum it is different. It grows readily on with just some rainwater and would probably rot away with yogurt. If you want to have moss growth on stones and are not picky with species it certainly works. Not with all species many are very special with their environment.
The species, which are growing on stones, or in the space in between, work normally good.
Sphagnum will grow outside new heads out of very tiny pieces
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