Hey guys, I made two trees over the weekend on which I added. These are the first time I’m adding moss on a tree.
I’m wondering if that’s a good idea though, I know that the moss keeps moisture but is there any risk that the root roots because of the moss? I potted it two days ago and soil is still kinda wet, I’m worried that the moss won’t let it dry as supposed, any recommandations?
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Root rot is a phenomena often used as an excuse of poor care. Roots do not start rotting when alive. They might die if the soil does not drain. My junipers get watered every day during the growing season. My substrate drains: There is always plenty of air, which means, the roots get oxygen and do not die by drowning.