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Moss and stone yard....I had a neighbor who did this. She couldn't get any grass to grow so she let the moss take over and just pulled the grass up, it was so pretty and she loved to walk in her yard barefoot because it was so comfortable.

Beautiful - one way to make anything look more like it grew out of your garden is to cover it with moss. Mix a handful of moss from your yard with a cup of buttermilk in your blender. Put in a spray bottle and spray on whatever. It should grow moss.

DIY moss covered chair for your garden! Follow Fernwood for other ideas like this one!

cute idea for flowers in the garden out of small cups along with a couple of saucers

I made this sphere from metal strappings that were on barrels. I put a hook in it so the sphere rotates.

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53902 moss and lichen by horticultural art on Flickr, via valscrapbook.tumb...

An interesting lush mossy garden- and interesting use of timber to stone in stair detail.

What on earth.... How odd--I love it. --Pia (plants & mosses)

layering in shady bed

  • Lindsay

    Wow I love the splash of blue between the greenery. It's stunning!

  • Dee Stich

    like a stream...very nice

Moss adds instant age to new things by giving them a time worn patina. Growing moss is very popular in a garden on waterfalls, rocks, statues, terracotta pots, bricks, bolders, and almost anywhere that is moist and shady. If you want to give something in your garden more character, consider growing moss. See the steps below for how to grow moss.