My Gardening - The Moss Garden
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The Moss Garden surrounds the pond with shade loving plants: primulas, hepaticas, epimediums and others. Most of them grow very well in moss. The stepping stones that go from the old sidewalk, past the rhodos and the primulas, and turn the corner at the false bamboo to go into the pond area, have moss and Sicilian mint growing between the stones. The removal of the old plum tree leaves a stump and a bit more space for a few dutch iris, and other bulbs. I have 2 special small willows growing at the corners of the pond. the moss garden extends under the deck where I am attempting to grow ferns and few other plants for deep shade. This area is problematic as it needs constant attention to being watered. The moss garden needs to be weeded to keep the grass and other weeds under control.