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.