The SuperMoss Guide to Moss

The SuperMoss Guide to Moss

Posted by: Melissa Franzen Category: Guides

There are so many mosses and so many ways to use them! Because of that, we have created an infographic that explains what our mosses are like, what they are best used for, and a little bit about where they come from. Whether you are crafting, creating a floral arrangement or terrarium, or you are gardening, this guide will help you decide which moss to use.

This guide is a great starting point, but don’t let it get in the way of your imagination! Everyday we are surprised at the ingenuity of our gardeners, crafters, and florists — we can’t believe some of the designs they share with us. So, if you see a way to use SuperMoss that we haven’t thought of yet, then lead the way! Who knows, maybe your project will be next in our showcase?

Let’s get started!

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Comments (11)

  • Judy Allison Reply

    I’m in love with your moss chart and all the interesting knowledge.
    It is wonderful. I am a Master Gardener in Waco Texas I am currently looking for a new project to bring to the table to teach my tribe of Masters.Your moss chart , website has set off bells and whistles.. I must have one! What must one do to Obtain one? Love,Love your website ❤

    November 14, 2020 at 5:09 am
  • Gabi Reply

    I want to use as a wall frame. Should I watering my MossMix? If yes how often?

    February 18, 2021 at 8:11 am
    • Sean Bronston-Wilson Reply

      Hi Gabi, the MossMix is preserved, it’s no longer alive so it doesn’t require watering.

      February 22, 2021 at 7:15 am
  • Diana Mundinger Reply

    Do you have a printable version of your guide that we can hang on your display in your store?

    March 30, 2021 at 8:36 am
    • Sean Bronston-Wilson Reply

      Hi Diana,

      I sent a copy of the high res file to your email. Don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any additional questions or concerns.

      Best regards,

      April 14, 2021 at 2:05 pm
  • Delfina Robles Reply

    I was informed that I could start plant cuttings in green moss, however the specific moss type of “green moss” was not given to me. Any suggestions as to what type of moss I should use for starting plant cuttings?

    April 12, 2021 at 11:52 am
    • Sean Bronston-Wilson Reply

      Hi Delfina,

      The best moss for planting is the long fiber sphagnum but the green sphagnum (Mountain Moss) is also a great option for starters. If you have any additional questions don’t hesitate to contact us

      Best regards,

      April 14, 2021 at 12:24 pm
  • Mark Lamendola Reply

    We want to put Super Moss Instant Green mountain moss sheet mat on top of the soil of our 20 x 48” raised outdoor planter to keep soil moist and critters out. Will the mesh effectively let the water in? Safe for plants? Also want to glue to plates to use as outdoor decorations? What kind of glue would be best? Please advise.

    May 7, 2021 at 7:41 am
    • Niki Kolisch Reply

      Hi Mark,
      This product is designed for decorative floral use indoors. While the product is safe for plants, we recommend keeping it out of direct sunlight as the color will fade overtime.

      Best regards,

      May 13, 2021 at 11:31 am
  • Oliver Johnson Reply

    Hello, I am creating a snail terrarium as well as a closed plant terrarium. For the snail one, do you recommend sphagnum moss or Mountain moss? Also do you know if sheet moss is also same for isopods? Thanks for the help

    October 13, 2021 at 6:01 am
    • Austin Baker Reply

      Hello Oliver,

      For your snail terrarium, we recommend using Sphagnum moss. Sheet Moss will work well in a closed plant terrarium with isopods. Additionally, we recommend placing dried leaves and seeds pods in the terrarium as a food source and refuge for your isopods.

      October 13, 2021 at 9:47 am

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