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Sagina subulata   

Fine, moss-like, dark green, evergreen foliage for moist shade. Tiny white flowers bloom May-June. Forms dense 1” mats. 

    Common Name:Irish Moss
    Hardiness Zones:3-7
    Deer Resistant:Yes
Growing Tips: Plant in moist but well drained soil.

About Sagina: Sagina is a genus of low growing, mat forming plants that become covered in dainty, white flowers. The much-loved Irish & Scottish Moss belong to this genus. Primarily used in rock, trough and alpine gardens they also look lovely when placed around flagstone paths, tucked in stonewalls or crevices, as a groundcover or set in the garden border.