Tuesday, February 10, 2009

Mossy Rocks

I love moss on rocks and these are exceptionally pretty. These rocks are anchored along the shore of Bear Creek.


tina said...

I love moss too. These are very pretty.

GardenJoy4Me said...

Those are gorgeous rocks Cindee .. it is amazing no one has taken them home yet ? LOL
I love moss and I have been encouraging ? it to grow around our patio stones .. then I'll pick some of them up and plant some little hardy plants in the patio to soften it up a bit .. it is all good except for the ants !! haha

Hocking Hills Gardener said...

I love moss in the garden setting too. It makes the garden look old or that it has been there forever. Very pretty. Have you tried the moss recipe on flower pots?

flowrgirl1 said...

Someday i hope to have a moss garden where i can take off my shoes and tip toe around on the soft green blanket of plants.

Skeeter said...

Oh so pretty!

Meadowview Thymes said...

I love moss too. That's why I used moss rocks around the pond. These are really pretty rocks!

Cinj said...

Moss is pretty, isn't it? I don't think I've got quite that much moss on any one rock around here.

lola said...

Very lovely but isn't it slick making it hard to walk on. I found that to be the case when I found moss covered rocks by streams.

cindee said...

Hi Tina,
I really wish I could have these at my house(-:

Hi Joy,
I might be taking one home(-:

Hi Hocking Hills Gardener,
Moss is really pretty in the garden. I haven't tried the moss recipe but it sounds like fun!

Hi Flowrgirl1,
That would be fun to walk on it!

Hi Skeeter,
I think so too(-:

Hi Meadowview Thymes,
My little "ponds" get to much sun I think. I have a piece of wood that has moss on it that I am trying to keep alive. I set it in the shade so hopefully it will survive. My "mushroom" is in the shade too. I guess the key to it is keeping them moist?

Hi Cindy,
That is a lot of moss. I am going to try to go back there and get a small rock for my yard. Those rocks in the picture are really big.

Usually the moss growing in the water is slick and icky(-: I guess its more like an algae.