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- v Terrarium Moss-Thuidium Delicatulum Hardy Planting Zones- 1-9 Sun or Shade- Shade Mature Height-varies Mature Width-varies Bloom Season- all year Gardener Status- Beginner
Here's how your plants will look on arrival. All plants are dormant with no leaves or foliage.
Terrariums are an aesthetically pleasing way to display your plants, and nothing brings a terrarium together like Terrarium Moss. This soft, green plant, known for thriving in damp, dark climates, is the ideal addition to a beautiful terrarium, no matter the size. This plant is soft to the touch and will provide a friendly, grassy pop of color to whatever room you decide to put it in. Not only is this moss available in tons of shades of green, ranging from thick and creamy to brilliant and vibrant, but it is one of the most natural terrarium plants to care. Just spritz your terrarium moss with a spray bottle every two to four weeks, and that's all you have to do to ensure that your terrarium moss is healthy and happy!
Moss is a survivalist plant, as it can rejuvenate itself when confronted with less than ideal conditions. For example, if you accidentally forget to water your moss, it will go into a dormant state until hydrated. While hydration is essential, it's also crucial to remember that moss likes to be misted, not soaked. Drenching your moss can be very harmful because moss has no roots to soak up that extra moisture. Again, a couple of squirts from a misting spray bottle is ideal.
Another perk of terrarium moss is that it does excellent in poor soil conditions, so there's no need to purchase expensive, high-quality soil for your terrarium moss. Additionally, you won't have to worry about finding it the perfect, sunny spot, as moss does better in darker, indirect light. This low-maintenance beauty is sure to add that wow factor to your terrarium and is perfect for those just getting the hang of their green thumb or with busy schedules.