• Fairy or St Patrick’s figurines for holiday theme
• Spray bottle with distilled water to water the moss
I designed this tabletop garden with Saint Patrick’s Day in mind so I designed an Irish landscape in miniature form. It showcases 4 different live mosses, stone, and has a "Mister Maker" that forms a cloudy mist commonly seen in Ireland."
Varieties Of Moss Used In Display: Different mosses grow together in nature so I'm creating an impressionistic version of this:
Sheet Moss - the lowest growing moss of the group, good as a "moss lawn"
Cushion Moss - light green color grows in round cushion shape
Rock Cap Moss - darker green, found in wild growing on rocks
Reindeer Moss - silver green lichen, rubbery when wet- used as accent Other
Set your glass boulder in middle of planter.
Make a deep hole to bury your glass container, leaving 1/2 an inch lip over the soil level.
Insert Mister Maker into glass container and add water, cover with plastic to keep soil out.
Plant mosses, using different types to create a natural effect.
Add small stones and cover with sheet moss to create raised, undulating hills.
Plant small fern or other plant.
Insert tree stems to stand in as a tree.
Detail with St. Patrick's Day and fairy decor.
Switch on Mister and Maker and enjoy the show!
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