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More on moss!

Hi, Folks!

Here's an item from the PHS online newsletter about moss lawns -- definately to be encouraged! (I'm waiting for the Clinton  Community Garden to do a moss garden -- heck, they have everything else in that tiny space! ;-))

Moss lawns
Consider moss lawns as low-maintenance alternatives to turf. David Benner began moss gardening in the 1960's, and now his son Al operates Moss Acres in northeastern Pennsylvania. Benner's web site features several species of moss, a photo gallery, and landscape design ideas: http://www.mossacres.com/moss/

Dorene Pasekoff, Coordinator
St. John's United Church of Christ Organic Community Garden

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