Growth of moss is usually associated with poor drainage, shade, low nutrient level and/or acidic soil.
Moss is generally a green and spongy looking growth that can sometimes feel damp to the touch. It can grow in lawns, on trees, rooves, outdoor furniture or pretty much anywhere with the right conditions.
Moss needs moisture to grow but can survive periods of drought. It is usually associated with poor drainage, shade, low nutrient level and/or acidic soil. It is low growing and forms a spongy mat.
Since moss thrives in damp soil, it encroaches on areas that have poor drainage and where the soil is compacted. It can be found in almost any damp and shady area of your garden including lawns, garden beds, paths and driveways.
It is important to address the causes of your problem to prevent moss regrowth:
On hard surfaces
On Tree Bark
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