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Kentucky Color - Miniature forest



2014-01-03 - Adair County, KY - Photo by Billy Joe Fudge.
One of the most beautiful forests on Earth is a Moss Forest.
Moss is an evergreen which is probably no more than a couple inches tall but grows all winter long. It is a most beautiful ground cover which is fairly easy to transplant into your shaded garden landscape. Easy to scoop up and easy to plant, simply by laying it down upon bare earth. Might need to make some metal wire loops to sorta pin it down a couple of places until it takes root. Water often during the transplanting process but don't drown it. - Billy Joe Fudge

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