Yes moss. Some could call it a weed because it grows like one and attaches itself to anything porous during our rainy season. My hubby uses the white powder to keep it from growing on our house's roof but I gladly allow it in the garden.
You have to get low to really appreciate the diminutive beauty of moss. You have to slow down and study and stroke its softness. You have to be sort of childlike and think about its tiny world and the inhabitants of the moss microcosm. And you have to have a sense of humor, appreciating it for its uniqueness and quirkiness. And you have to marvel at its tenacity.
And I do.
|So much for the succulents I planted in this roof garden where moss is king.|
Does your garden grow moss? Does it annoy or enchant you?