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Irish Moss--2-4" tall, that spread quickly, take foot traffic and seldom need clipping. Best of all, it stays green all year long, accented with delicate white flowers blooming from mid spring to early summer. Space 10-12" apart. Zones 3-9. Ships in 2" pots. Sagina subulata. Partial to Full Shade - See more at: http://www.springhillnursery.com/product/irish_moss#sthash.eRozVHCI.dpuf

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Tired of Mowing? Try These Plants and Groundcovers

Irish Moss (Sagina subulata) & stones - Which Plants to Use as Lawn Alternative : Home Improvement : DIY Network

Growing Irish Moss from seed *Irish Moss, also known as scotch or sand wort moss...It looks like a moss but it is actually a “perennial plant.”

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Irish Moss Growing Zones: How To Grow And Care For Irish Moss

Irish moss plants are versatile little plants that can add a touch of elegance to your landscape. Growing Irish moss fills a range of garden needs. It is simple to learn how to grow Irish moss. This article can help.

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The very tiny Irish Moss seeds create a moss-like, emerald-green foliage that forms a compact 1 - 2 inch tall carpet. Sagina Subulata ground cover is excellent for planting between flagstones. Grown as a lawn substitute, it creates the effect of a moss-covered meadow. Irish Moss is very soft to walk on barefoot, and it has a slightly spongy feel to it.

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Sagina subulata (IRISH MOSS) Looks like moss, but not actually moss. Loves full exposure to the sun!

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IRISH MOSS is a native plant that creates a creeping ground cover 1"-2" high sparkling with tiny white flowers for a short time in summer, particularly well-suited to rock gardens, or between stepping stones.