Did you know?
Irish Moss (Sagina subulata) can be grown as a soft, vivid replacement for lawn grass in areas with mild climates and relatively cool summers.
Up to 2 inches tall and indefinitely wide
Flowers, Fruit, Foliage
Tiny, white, star-shaped flowers bloom in the spring. Small, bright green, awl-shaped leaves grow on thin stems.
Pests & Diseases
Great as a groundcover and in rock gardens
Plant in moist, rich soil in an area with full sun to half shade. This groundcover is moderately cold hardy and can tolerate foot traffic, a variety of soils, and urban conditions. Do not overfertilize, as the habit will become mounded instead of moss-like.