Roll Out the Green Carpet
Where a lawn won't grow, plant moss - no mowing, no fussing, no problem.
Made in the Shade
Grass won’t grow in shade, but moss loves it and looks just as green.
Moss also grows on outcroppings of porous rock that absorb moisture.
Make a Statement
A carpet of moss gives a garden an aged look, as if it’s existed forever.
Low-flow sprinklers water the moss for about 1-2 minutes a day to keep it spreading. That’s a lot less water than grass needs.
A pond in the backyard feels cool and inviting, thanks to the moss.
You can walk on moss without hurting it. It feels soft and cool under your toes.
Shades of Green
Moss comes in many different shades of green, adding to its beauty.
Planting Your Own
David plants a new square of moss by simply pressing it onto the ground.