The Small Bits – Version 1.2.

In Oregon there are several things that could be considered prolific. Beer, forests, fish, wine, hippies. But in my yard, in March, the most prolific and beautiful scene is that of moss and sedum.

Every winter our retaining wall becomes a moss covered, green, glowing world.

Several varieties of sedum have taken up residence on the wall as well.

This moss is growing in the herb garden, so thick and tall it looks like grass.

The most unique and unreal specimen we have found, they look like trumpets or golf tees. Not really sure what it is, but it is growing right in our yard.

The moss is so lush and thick this year. Over the last four years I think it has actually gotten more lush.

This is a pot of decorative oregano that now looks like a micro climate from another planet! I love this!

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