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Sphagnum Moss vs Sphagnum Peat Moss
... Sphagnum Moss vs Sphagnum Peat Moss Sphagnum Moss vs Sphagnum Peat Moss Contact: Diane Relf, Extension Specialist, Environmental Horticulture August 1996 Don't confuse sphagnum moss with sphagnum peat moss. Sphagnum moss and sphagnum peat moss are not the same product. Sphagnum ...
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Doug's Way With Roses
... by adding fresh organic matter and sand or perlite. Apply a mixture of 2/3 sphagnum peat moss, ground pine bark, mushroom compost, rotted sawdust, or other similar organic material, and 1 ...
carolinadistrict.org

African Violets
... parts (by volume) of soil, sphagnum peat, and horticultural grade perlite. Excellent plants can also be grown in mixtures consisting of equal parts of sphagnum peat moss and perlite. Commercially prepared ... the suggested soil mixture is used, only the soil need be sterilized, since new sphagnum peat and perlite are usually sterile. Most commercially prepared soil mixtures are sterilized. Soils ...
edis.ifas.ufl.edu

Mini Bogs - Bog Garden Forum - GardenWeb
... original post. I was more specifically wondering about the designs for sphagnum peat mini-bogs for plants like carnivores (thus the question about drainage). ... ) on Fri, May 26, 06 at 21:04 Hi Varthkin, For sphagnum based bogs I find that the free standing half barrel ... just about anything that holds water can be used for growing sphagnum I really think that size is important and that larger ...
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HortNews- January 2005
... a depth of two times the seed diameter, with a mixture of 50% finely ground sphagnum peat moss and 50% starter chicken grit by placing the mixture in a sieve and shaking ...
hortparadise.unl.edu

justgardeners.com
... Containers for Seed Starting Do you favor one over the other? Compressed peat, plastic 6-packs, newspaper pots, those pricey APS systems? Does one ... also a factor of the medium, itself -- in general, the more peat, the more water is retained, as well as the volume ... sphagnum peat, perlite and coir (that's the shredded coconut fibre) makes an excellent starting mix. If you can't get the coir, then peat ...
justgardeners.com

Growing Geraniums, HYG-1217-92
... clay soils should be improved by adding organic matter each year. An inch of coarse sphagnum peat moss, partially-rotted manure, or compost spaded in when preparing the beds is ideal. Garden ... sticking the cuttings in the rooting medium. Perlite, sharp sand alone or mixed equally with sphagnum peat moss is an ideal medium for rooting the cuttings. Stick the cuttings an inch deep ...
ohioline.osu.edu

Growing sphagnum moss - Bog Garden Forum - GardenWeb
... peat moss and half-perlite. The nepenthes,however are growing in a mix of long fiber sphagnum,vermiculite,perlite and orchid bark. Yesterday we received our first order of live sphagnum moss. We want to grow it as a top dressing on the nepenthes and, by itself on a bed of peat ... peat moss at the tops of my nepenthes pots. Right below that layer is the vermiculite,perlite,long fiber sphagnum ...
forums.gardenweb.com

Mosses and Liverworts in Wales: Sphagnum balticum
... : Sphagnum balticum Sphagnum balticum Photo: I. Korpella Status in Britain: Red Data Book This is an extremely rare moss in Britain, and in Wales is recorded only from one location - old peat cuttings ...
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Sphagnum: Peat Moss for Beginners and Experts (Torfmoose für Anfänger und Profis)
Sphagnum: Peat Moss for Beginners and Experts (Torfmoose für Anfänger und Profis) Copyright © 2004 by Eva M. Temsch. All rights reserved. Contact webmaster
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