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Landscaping & Sitework

Tuesday, June 07, 2011

Types of Moss to Use in a Moss Lawn or Moss Garden

A comparison of some of the most common types of moss (hypnum or fern moss, cushion moss, rock cap moss, and stone moss) to use when replacing a lawn or using moss to fill in a garden walkway.



Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Growing a Xeriscape Herb Garden in a Dry Climate

When most people think of xeriscape landscaping and gardening they think of the Southwest and specifically, they think about replacing a grass lawn with native plants and succulents.  But xeriscape gardening can also apply to tree landscaping, flower gardens, and herb and vegetable gardens. Let



Sunday, April 05, 2009

Why Moss is Greener than Grass: Replace Your Lawn with Moss

Most people love the look of a rich, green lawn. Imagine looking out your front window and seeing that beautiful deep green color, and then going outside and feeling the soft lushness beneath your bare feet. Because many people harbor this little fantasy, a green lawn is one of the most important selling points in a home. Unfortunately having a green lawn can be quite expensive, time consuming to maintain, and put a lot of stress on the environment. Fortunately, there is a better alternative out there: replacing your grass with moss…