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By swimmerdude17
Posts:  20
Joined:  Sun Dec 11, 2011 11:35 pm
#132811
This might be in the wrong section of the forum, sorry :) So one day I was looking at a pot of baby vfts that I set up a humidity dome for and I noticed that there was a green moss growing in a corner of the pot (it is not sphagnum). I let it grow because it did not seem to be affecting the plants and it looked kind of nice as well. Now I'm debating whether or not I should get rid of the moss, just in case. Any suggestions?
By Daniel_G
Posts:  5472
Joined:  Thu Mar 25, 2010 7:27 pm
#132816
I let it grow.
Over time it can make an impenetrable matt, but it should be fine, as long as you remove it every few years.
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By TheChrisanator
Posts:  68
Joined:  Tue Mar 13, 2012 1:59 am
#135209
Like Daniel_G said, it looks really good when it's grown out. My Cephalotus is beginning to develop a moss bed, and it really is a nice backdrop. Try it and see how it goes. Trim it if you don't like it.
By garz
Posts:  92
Joined:  Wed Oct 19, 2011 1:21 am
#135226
Man, I want some lively green moss in my pots.
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