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irish and scotch moss

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Sagina - irish moss, scotch moss
... form a soft, mounded, mossy carpet. The variety 'Aurea', Scotch moss, has yellow-green foliage. How to Grow: Contrary to their common name, Irish and Scotch moss prefer to be grown in moderate sun to partial ... grown in the shade, and they can burn if they dry out too much. Plants can easily be divided by cutting or pulling them apart. Landscape uses: Irish and Scotch moss work well between stepping ...
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Irish Moss
... would be for me. Sagina subulata and Sagina subulata ‘Aurea’—Irish moss and Scotch moss, respectively, with the former deep green and the latter, chartreuse—are not true mosses. They are perennial plants, grown primarily for their foliage. They have a soft, lush feel and appearance, and ...
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Berkeley Horticultural Nursery Gardening Suggestions
... and moderate traffic are wooly thyme (Thymus pseudolanuginosus), elfin thyme (Thymus serpyllum ‘Elfin’), mother of thyme (Thymus serpyllum), Irish moss or Scotch moss (Sagina subulata), chamomile (Chamaemelum nobile), blue star creeper (Laurentia fluviatilis), and ... mint (Mentha requienii), Dalmatian bellflower (Campanula portenschlagiana), and Mazus (Mazus reptans). Shade loving ground covers ...
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Growing Groundcovers and Vines
... Irish or Scotch Moss (Sagina Subulata) Though not a true moss, Irish moss (sometimes called Scotch moss) forms a tight mound like moss does, and it works well as a ground cover around stepping-stones and in rockeries. Irish moss ...
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Growing
... Irish or Scotch Moss (Sagina Subulata) Though not a true moss, Irish moss (sometimes called Scotch moss) forms a tight mound like moss does, and it works well as a ground cover around stepping-stones and in rockeries. Irish moss ...
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The Rosebay Volume 6 Number 2 Fall 1977
... buildup: Petal blight does not sweep a garden and destroy with the rapidity of the Irish potato blight. The first year only a few ... . Thin cotton twine is the most common. Electrical scotch tape, soft wire, elastic bends, and snap-type clothes pins also can be used. Start ... wall as a background. I turned over the soil, incorporating peat moss and well rotted horse manure. To the rear I have a row ...
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