Decorating with Ball Moss

Decorating with Ball Moss

The lowly ball moss we find on our trees sometimes gets a bad rap. But these spheres of twisted tendrils can add terrestrial texture to your home décor.

The lowly ball moss we find on our trees sometimes gets a bad rap. Contrary to popular belief, it is not a parasite, but instead uses its host as structural support. It has an earthy, organic beauty and would make interesting textural décor pieces for your home. The best part: it doesn’t need soil and will continue to look good after it’s plucked from the tree. Check out our Pinterest Board for some inspiration.

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Donna Fossum

Donna Fossum is a SAWS conservation planner and graduate of Texas A&M University. She is also a master gardener so she “digs” plants. Donna goes to work every day to be able to afford her love of fishing and all things coastal. When she isn't hard at work behind her computer, she is dreaming of the beach or catching that "wall hanger" trout or redfish. She is a proud "dog mom" of one black Labrador (Matilda’s Sir Buckaroo, aka Bucky).