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remember the days when Moss was the enemy. The idea was that the moss prevents water penetration, or pot is kept too wet. So it was a surprise when I was an apprentice to Mr. Suzuki encouraged moss growing on the ground, and discovered that there were some advantages to having there.
the advantages are as follows:.
1-Help holding capacity of water near the surface where it dries faster
2-creates much greater root growth in the top layer of soil that is otherwise too dry way to the roots. From a bonsai pot is largely limited space, this is very significant.
3-prevents soil erosion
4 Da sense of stability one year, age, and cleaning
This article was originally published on http://crataegus.com/2012/07/05/the-moss-myth/