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Discussion in 'Plants with Spores (Ferns, Mosses, et al.)' started by Nik, Jan 8, 2021.
Most likely Sphagnum palustre.
Agreed N, do you have this wonderful stuff in your garden also?
Hi D, not in our yard, but in the surrounding woods. In boggy areas along streams. In general, not very common around here.
Same here N and so much is imported from New Zealand for people carrying out air layering. Hopefully this forum will bring new links for providing this amazing moss with less air miles involved.