I found an interesting nursery that sells moss for gardens. There is a lot of potential with this plant. Here in the Pacific Northwest it’s everywhere and most people just want to get rid of it. Moss-out for the lawns, moss off the trees, no moss for me, please. But here is a company, Moss Acres, that promotes moss gardens and the creative use of moss (see remarkable chair above). The colors are beautiful, deep and rich. Isn’t this a plant that we have overlooked too many times? Unseen because it’s everywhere? On many trees, most lawns, quite a few roofs, gravel, rock and log. Shouldn’t we be working with it instead of against it? I’m ready for a moss garden. I think I already have a few!