David Spain moss workshop at Statewide Master Gardener Conference – Raleigh

David Spain will be leading a Moss Madness workshop at the NC Master Gardener Conference in Raleigh on May 9, 2011, from 2 – 5.  A few seats remain.  If you are interested in attending, click here.

Moss Madness

Explore the exciting varieties and nuanced beauty of NC’s naive mosses.  An overview of growing techniques will be followed by an opportunity to create a mini-garden using mosses, lichens, and other bites of woodland bounty.

The annual educational conference for North Carolina’s Extension Master Gardeners will be held in Raleigh, May 8-11. Hosted by the Master Gardener Association and Cooperative Extension, the conference offers public and private garden tours, hands-on workshops, and educational sessions ranging from community and children’s gardens to sustainable strategies, and wildlife in the garden.

The conference is open to all Master Gardeners as well as anyone who may be interested in applying to the program. For more information on the conference and to register online, go to:  NC Master Gardeners.

By: Helen  Yoest


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To learn more about Moss and Stone Gardens – Where Moss Rocks!, please visit our website.  Or email David Spain at info@mossandstonegardens.com.

2 thoughts on “David Spain moss workshop at Statewide Master Gardener Conference – Raleigh

  1. cynthia Drawdy

    Hi there, I am trying to do a moss wall here in Miami Beach ! I have done irrigation but need education about different mediums. Have looked at Moss Aceres, and want to psurchase moss but they don’t really have info on growing mediums . Thank you for your time and attention Cynthia

    1. David Spain

      Hello Cynthia, your not alone in your quest for moss on the vertical. Mosses are well suited for vertical surfaces and do not need the complicated support systems necessary for vascular plants. Your particular needs will have to be understood a little better though before I can advise you. I’ll be happy to help you, just give me a call and we’ll go from there. 919-622-4150


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