Petite beauty can be easy to overlook. I love moss, especially in winter, but even when my eyes yearn for colors other than brown or gray, I catch myself ignoring moss, taking it for granted. Throughout winter and in early spring, moss—with its many varieties and shades of green—offers a reminder of something alive, something vibrant, something winter hasn’t triumphed over.
Do you have time today to learn a little more about moss? Trees.com offers interesting facts and 19 moss suggestions for your yard, along with wonderful photos. Next time you’re out for a walk, I hope you’ll take some time to notice whether moss is quietly making your surroundings a bit more lovely and lively.
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Hope, I think your moss is the common haircap, Polytrichum commune.
That was my guess, too (but I hid it in the caption).