Cushion Moss (Leucobryum Albidum) is often called ‘white moss’ and is known for it’s plush, slightly grayish-white and green coloration. The Cushion Moss enjoys moist environments (like all mosses) and the moss needs to be watered. Otherwise it will dry out and die.
The Cushion Moss (Leucobryum Albidum) is a species of moss with a wide distribution in the northern hemisphere. The moss grows in a variety of conditions from arid soils to wetlands.
The moss will look round (it will look like a cushion) when it reaches maturity. It is a soft moss and it grows close to the ground.
How To Maintain Cushion Moss?
Carpet Moss is will do well in sandy areas where the soil is a bit dry. The plant likes shade and too much direct sunlight can dry it out. Acicid soil is the best soil for Carpet Moss to absorb the maximum amount of nutrients.
Carpet Moss is low in maintenance (like most mosses). It will thrive in:
- sandy areas;
- acicid soil;
When these conditions are met, the moss will act as a soft, beautiful and low maintenance ground cover.