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propagating perennials: Selaginella erythropus-Spikemoss
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Monday, November 17, 2008

Selaginella erythropus-Spikemoss

Propagating Selaginella or Spikemoss is easy because the plant will do it for you since the tips of the stems will brush the soil and will root generally if the soil is in optimum condition. It needs to be taken in doors from Zone 6 on downward in the winter otherwise it is an evergreen that prefers a rich moist/wet soil in shade conditions. It doesn’t bloom but the underneath of the leaves are red, for the particular variety “Ruby Red” and grows upwards of 6" and is not foot tolerant.

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