Irish Moss--2-4" tall, that spread quickly, take foot traffic and seldom need clipping. Best of all, it stays green all year long, accented with delicate white flowers blooming from mid spring to early summer. Space 10-12" apart. Zones 3-9. Ships in 2" pots. Sagina subulata. Partial to Full Shade - See more at: http://www.springhillnursery.com/product/irish_moss#sthash.eRozVHCI.dpuf
sagina subulata (irish moss). great idea - rather than worry about getting rid of moss, make it a feature! apparently the Japanese love mossy gardens and mosses are very beautiful when you look at them closely.
Blue Glass Stream. Garden Whimsy at ModVintageLife.com The first layer is Sagina subulata, Scotch Moss. Then recycled, tumbled glass which you can buy by the pound some places. Next is Ophiopogon japonicus 'Nana' and lastly is a Lirope, possibly. From http://www.flickr.com/photos/kellyjayparker/6165238132/in/photostream/
Snowman Bowl a Cute simple idea you can find the bowls at most Dollar stores or the Christmas tree shops or places similar like that you can do a variation of the idea with a Coastal theme or Christmas village or North Pole Santa shop theme a Terrarium with white flowers ( Irish Moss Sagina Subulata ) for the snow and small herbs or plants to resemble the trees and fairy houses - Daw