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These are used to gather and arrange your moss, as well as help you to gently remove any dead material from your indoor moss garden. These basic tweezers are perfect for getting the job done.
There is no particular shape or type of container required here. You can even repurpose an old pickle jar if you want to! I, however, am a fan of the way a geometric terrarium looks, such as this one
You only need a single layer of pebbles across the bottom of your container to create a base for your indoor moss garden. You can search for pebbles in your backyard or buy them from a landscaping store or Amazon.
Most moss species are best nurtured by either pine needles or rotten tree bark as opposed to potting soil. You may need potting soil if your preferred species of moss requires it.
You will need to make sure that your moss is adequately hydrated, and that the interior of your container sustains a humid atmosphere. Use clean, fresh water to hydrate your moss garden as needed.
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