Sphagnum Moss retains moisture and improves soil.
Functionality includes beneficial behavior as a soil conditioner, and increases micro-organisms activity.
Sphagnum is a genus of approximately 380 accepted species of mosses, commonly known as "peat moss", though they are different as peat moss has a more acidic pH level.
Decayed, dried sphagnum moss has the name of peat or peat moss.
Sphagnum is used as a soil conditioner, which increases the soil's capacity to hold water and nutrients.
This is done by increasing capillary forces and cation exchange capacity – uses that are particularly useful in gardening.
Has many uses, some of which could be complementary to growing orchids, hanging baskets, seedlings, and bulbs.
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