Moss in my Garden

I planned to get a grass cover in my small garden. Unfortunately, I can’t sow typical lawn grass because of my two trees and lack of free space. After quite a long search, I found on the Internet what I was looking for and what was growing in our garden in Lithuania – Sagina Subulata or Irish moss, or Scottish moss. None of my acquaintances will be surprised by this choice, as they all know about my love of Scotland. I bought it, and I have this moss at home now, but I can’t plant it – it’s +33 Celsius degrees here. So I keep it in water, spray it constantly and wait for Monday when the weather forecast says rain and only +26 degrees. Even if the forecast does not come true, I will plant this moss on Monday.

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