Consultation from the Moss Experts


As experts in moss gardening, Mountain Moss offers valuable advice to “wanna-be” moss gardeners. The first step is to assess the micro-climate of the intended site. During this consultation, Mossin’ Annie determines the effects of environmental conditions and identifies existing moss species already growing on the property. It’s like having your own personal moss gardening lesson. Expect to spend at least 1.5 hours exploring moss potential together.
Landscape design architects and landscape firms can help ensure moss success with your projects by engaging our professional consultation services. We can provide guidance in the selection of moss species and design considerations for the overall plan. By involving Mountain Moss in the early phases of conceptual design and planning rather than waiting until it is time to install, you can feel confident in achieving project goals. With direct experience and knowledge of how to plant and maintain luxurious mosses, you’ll benefit from our expertise. We can review blueprints and recommend the best species to meet the requirements of the site. Also, we can advise landscape crews and irrigation specialists on how to keep mosses thriving. By involving Mountain Moss on your design and installation team, you can eliminate problems that arise from poor planning, improper care or inadequate budgets.


To schedule a site consultation or to arrange for more extensive advice, contact Mossin’ Annie directly:

3 Responses to “Consultation”

  1. 1

    Please contact me to set up a consultation.

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    Hey Cheryl,
    I’ll be over in AVL today for AVL Greenworks Garden Tour in Kenilworth. I’ll be hosting visitors at my friend’s moss garden… quite magnificent and my absolute FAV. It’s certainly worth an afternoon to see the beauty and sustainability of a moss garden created over 60 years ago. For more info:

    I’ll give you a call Sunday evening. If it gets too late, I’ll call you on Monday. It will be a busy week but I can arrange a weekend consultation for you soon. Perhaps next Sunday?

    I’ll send you an email and please note: I have removed your phone number from public view.

    Thanks for contacting Mountain Moss.
    Mossin’ Annie

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    Cheryl Cunningham

    Hey Annie,
    I have decied to stop fighting the forest and remove the little grass that grew and switch the entire thing back to forest moss. I do have a lawn that is approx 45% moss 30% weeds 25% grass. I do have areas of sun. The thick moss that is growing on the north side of my house keeps getting dug up by something.

    I do have the limitation that I have no irrgation system and a very bad well. But it has been raining daily hasn’t it lately? Maybe I should invest in a Rain Barrell – to utilize the rain coming off the roof.

    I am interested in a consultation..


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