I often read gardening articles in magazines where people pour buttermilk or yoghurt over paths or pots to create an environment for moss or algae to grow... to add character. Well, here in Ireland, I've masses of character moss in the garden. Occasionally I make an effort to get rid of the moss but there's just so much of it! It's everywhere...
Left: Moss growing in grass with crocus bulbs.
|Moss growing on brickwork.|
|Moss thriving amongst the over-Wintered flower beds and taking over the sedum plant.|
|A family (& friends) of moss taking over a veg box.|
|Moss amongst the emerging lupin.|
Some of the moss gets left, however, some must go! Another job for my garden 'Spring clean'.
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