Is it a moss? Is it a fern? No, it's a prehistoric fern relative that produces spores, called an Arborvitae Fern, or Selaginella. Selaginellas are found all over the world, but this particular one is indigenous. It's a wonderful groundcover plant for shady areas in the garden, but also makes an interesting & unusual indoor container plant. We love the golden green curly spirals that cascade outward!
Comes in a 14cm grow pot.Decorative pot sold separately.
I bought 4 plants and I LOVE them!
Christened then with fitting names:
•Spike moss-Timothée Chalamet
•Delicious monster- Simon and Garfunkel
•String of Pearls- Betty Buttons
•Heart Leaf Philodendron Lemon Lime- Meg-Thee-Plant (but thinking of changing it to Lizzo-the-Plant, seems more fitting)