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Recipe for Moss

01/23  Not spam...heaven forbid!  However, there is an interesting
discussion on Suite101.com (http://www.suite101.com/discussion.cfm/14901/86706)
on growing moss.  There is also a book on moss from Timber Press (http://www.timberpress.com/books/index.cfm?do=details&ID=351). 
Personally, unless you are planning on wanting the moss on planters, etc.
for an old look, I'd try transplanting small pieces of mosses that grew
locally in identical or almost identical conditions to the transplanted
area and keep moist.  Hope this helps! --- Georgene Bramlage---
cercis2@earthlink.netPersonal Web Page: Over the Garden Gate(http://www.suite101.com/myhome.cfm/cercis2)Topics
at Suite101.com:Designing Home Landscapes(http://www.suite101.com/welcome.cfm/17244)
- Begun November 2002A Homeowner's Guide to Landscaping (http://www.suite101.com/welcome.cfm/16118)
-Archived November 2002 

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