2010 Garden Moss, As A Form Of Plant

Back Patio
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Moss in mid winter was beginning to cover the back patio. It was thickest in the cracks of the patio. In the spring, this moss will be power washed away.


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Trash Moss
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Moss and dried leaves mixed with low weeds near the corner of the side fence and side gate.


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Parked Car
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A layer of moss was beginning to cover the front driveway under the wheel of a parked car. This moss too will be power washed away in the spring.


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Moss Covered Blocks
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Moss covered blocks divided the side yard from a patch inside of which raspberries would grow in the summer.


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Border Stones
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Border stones divided the path from the garden in the back yard. Those edging stones were beginning to merge in with the garden due to a thin layer of moss.


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Monster
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Moss decorated the stones that were stacked to create the Monster raised garden. In the spring, tulips would bloom alongside the inner edge.


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Close View
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A closer view of the moss growing atop the stacked stones that created the Monster raised garden bed. That moss looked rustic because of a tiny fallen leaf and two fallen twigs that decorated its surface.


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