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    At the dawn of spring, dainty sporophytes form after a sexual encounter of a moss kind.  The lens captures what few will see; unless, of course, you are one of the chosen ones — chosen to grow moss, because you can.   Our old dish garden friend Mellow Yellow,…

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UNDERSTANDING PEEP CULTURE For 87 years, peeps have gathered at The Moss Farm for their spring revival.  The three-month event begins the day after Easter when the peep population is at it’s lowest.  Fellow peeps gather to morn the loss of their peeple, gain knowledge from their teacher, The Learned…

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  As if butter and nutmeg were blended on stone, molded, then spread with lush, emerald green moss, this dish is worthy of a nosh. David Spain’s Mellow Yellow dish came about by the proverbial, cart before the horse, philosophy. Typically, David will let a piece of pottery move him…

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Our main mission at Moss and Stone Gardens‘ blog, is to educate those desiring to learn more about mosses.  Our goal is to make it easy for you to understand mosses; to take the mystery out of moss – not the mystic. As a landscape design group specializing in moss…

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Time twisted, rounded, knotty growth, creates the base of this root burl, moss and fern planter. Crevices and craters cover this found relic of an old oak tree,

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