Sun Moss Milkshake Covers 15 Sq.Ft


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Introducing “Growable Moss for Sunny Areas” – the perfect solution for bringing vibrant moss landscapes to the sunniest spots in your garden! Specially formulated with the resilient Bryum Caespiticium species, this unique blend thrives where other mosses shy away.

How it Works:
Our easy-to-use mixture allows you to create lush, green moss in areas typically exposed to more sunlight. This moss blend is designed to withstand brighter conditions, adapting well to environments where other moss types may struggle.

Key Features:

  • ☀️ Sun-Loving Formula: Tailored for sunny spots, thriving in areas with more light exposure.
  • ???? Bryum Caespiticium: A robust moss species known for its ability to flourish in sunny conditions.
  • ???? Simple Application: Just like our Original Moss Milkshake, mix with water, spread, and let nature do the rest.
  • ???? Drought Resistant: More resilient to dry conditions compared to traditional mosses.
  • ???? Sustainable and Eco-Friendly: Made with natural ingredients, safe for the environment and your garden.

Why Choose Our Sunny Moss Blend? “Growable Moss for Sunny Areas” opens up new possibilities for moss gardening. Whether it’s a sunny wall, a rock garden, or any area that receives ample sunlight, this moss blend can transform it into a lush, green masterpiece. Ideal for those looking to create a unique, low-maintenance garden that stands out, our sunny moss blend offers the perfect combination of resilience and beauty.


Milkshake Method:

  1. Mixing the Moss Milkshake:

    • Place the growable moss in a bucket.
    • Add a few cups of water to the moss. The amount of water can vary depending on how much moss you’re using, but a good rule of thumb is to use enough water to create a milkshake-like consistency.
    • Stir the mixture thoroughly until it forms a slurry that is easy to pour.
  2. Applying the Moss Milkshake:

    • Pour the moss mixture over your chosen substrate (soil, rocks, wood, etc.) where you want the moss to grow.
    • Spread it evenly with a tool or your hands (wearing gloves if preferred).
    • The moss milkshake will adhere to the substrate, beginning the growth process.

Broadcasting Method:

  1. Preparing the Substrate:

    • Ensure the area where you want to grow the moss is damp. Use a spray bottle or gently water the area.
    • The substrate should be moist but not waterlogged.
  2. Applying the Moss Dry Mixture:

    • Sprinkle the dry growable moss mixture evenly over the pre-dampened substrate.
    • You can lightly rake it into the top soil to ensure better contact, but avoid burying the mixture too deeply.


  • For both methods, keep the area moist but not overly wet, especially during the first few weeks of growth.
  • You can use a spray bottle or a gentle water spray to maintain moisture.
  • Avoid heavy watering, which might wash away or disturb the moss mixture.

Growth and Maintenance:

  • Moss growth can be slow, so patience is key.
  • Continue to ensure the area is moist and free from debris or competing plants.
  • Over time, the moss will establish itself and begin to spread, creating a lush, green cover.

Whether you use the milkshake or broadcasting method, the key to success with growable moss is consistent moisture and patience. With proper care, your moss will thrive and transform your chosen area into a beautiful green space.

Embrace the sun and green up your space with “Growable Moss for Sunny Areas” – nature’s answer to sunny landscapes!

Bryum caespiticium – “sidewalk moss”

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