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1. Overgrown with moss; abounding with or edged with moss; as, mossy trees; mossy streams. Old trees are more mossy far than young. (bacon)

2. Resembling moss; as, mossy green.

Origin: Mossier; Mossiest.

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contrast in the lake

... is too much, the plants take all the nutrients for themselves so other living things have a hard time living there. I hope this makes sence! A mossy lake is no good because the moss takes over.

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by February Beetle
Tue Jun 13, 2006 5:15 am
Forum: Ecology
Topic: contrast in the lake
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Re: Venus Fly Trap

... Only plant in ground if you have the right soil. I just bought one myself, I live in the New Hampshire, Southern Maine area. The soil here is not mossy, moist soil. SO I am keeping it in the original container, with the original soil..and keeping in a little bit of sitting distilled water in a ...

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by tina1167
Sun Jun 26, 2005 3:54 am
Forum: Botany Discussion
Topic: Venus Fly Trap
Replies: 51
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