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by gardeningmomma on June 05, 2006 11:31 AM
Does anyone use green moss in their planters? What plants benefit from it? Which do not? Any advice on caring for it?
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by preciousgreenfingers on June 05, 2006 11:47 PM
I have used green moss in my monstera planter. It helps conserve the moisture in the soil as the plant is quite big and in a terracotta plant so dries up quickly. It also looks good as the monstera is staked up a moss pole.
by gardeningmomma on June 06, 2006 03:50 PM
Do you think that I could use it in my pothos and ficus?
by preciousgreenfingers on June 07, 2006 11:00 AM
I think it should be ok-atleast with pothos. I have lots of sedum growing in my ficus pot which is doing really well.
by gardeningmomma on June 07, 2006 03:36 PM
Thanks [Smile] I'll try it with my pothos first and maybe some of my cuttings before my big ficus tree. It's in a terracotta pot, so I thought it might help it with moisture, as you said about your monstera planter. I see you are in the UK. I'm originally from Paisley, near Glasgow. Moved to NY when I married my hubby. [perplexed]

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