Hi Annie, love your book and your videos! Do you know if moss will grow on plaster of paris? I was interested in applying it to a sculpture. Is there a certain breed that would favor indoor sculpture installation?
“According to Dr. Reese Halter, biologist, environmentalist, and author of The Incomparable Honeybee & The Economics of Pollination, ‘America lost a record 44.1-percent of its honeybees last year, with chemical overloading of…[Read more]
Hey John… since these inquiries were stashed away and I don’t know when you actually sent your request, I may be too late with my response. My Mossery is open by special appointment. In the summer, we are open on Monday afternoons to the public. If you bring moss species to ID, I’ll certainly give it a shot. Recently I was in Michigan for a…[Read more]
Hey Kelly, I personally don’t feel that mosses grow fast enough to become a threat to local moss species. However, some moss species are more aggressive growers than others. For instance, Thuidium can sneak into and eventually permeate Dicranum colonies. Some species that are native to NC can be found in Michigan as well. However, y’all have…[Read more]
Hello Peggie… Special appointments may be arranged for visits to my personal moss garden and my Mossery. Please contact me directly for more information on prices and a convenient time to visit. [email protected] Thanks, Mossin’ Annie
Hey Wendela, YES, Mountain Moss has moss mats in production. Each mat is 6 x 6 ft. They roll out like a green carpet. Also, we have living moss wall panels that can be hung vertically. Moss mats start at $540 ea. Check back with me concerning availability of various moss species. Right now, we have Thuidium, Hedwigia, Hypnum, Climacium and mixed…[Read more]