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August 28, 2012

Sagina sublata ‘Irish Moss’ (Pearlwort)

This extrodinarly popular ground cover forms a mat of dense dark green foliage that resembles a green sponge.

sagina subulata aurea scotch moss groundcover

This extrodinarly popular ground cover forms a mat of dense dark green foliage that resembles a green sponge.  In spring the mat is covered with the tiniest of white flowers.  Valued for its dense covering of nearly any space, Irish Moss is almost as traffic tolerant as grass and will grow in any soil conditions.

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