The Peacock Moss (Selaginella uncinata) turns brown in the winter.  It was time to find out if it survived the hard freezes.


The dead foliage was parted and new growth was revealed.  Another great plant for the Automatic Garden.


The Peacock Moss covered the pot this Billbergia nutans is planted in,  giving it protection from the cold winter.  The dried up Moss also provides nesting material for birds, so it will stay in place a little longer.

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