Does moss grow on trees?

Answer yes

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Why does Spanish moss grow on trees?

Spanish moss is a type of moss prevalent in the southern United States. It grows in silver-green curtain-like sheets from the branches of large trees, most commonly the live oak and the bald cypres... Read More »

How to Control Moss on Trees?

Moss thrives thrives in almost any damp, dark area, whether it's the roof of a house or the trunk and limbs of a tree. According to Linda McMahan --- a horticulture specialist at Oregon State Unive... Read More »

Oak Trees With Spanish Moss?

Spanish moss drapes its long, silvery growth from the tops of wide and stately live oak trees, named for their longevity and endurance during cold weather. Spanish moss --- which is not actually a ... Read More »

Does Spanish moss harm trees?

Spanish moss is a flowering plant that depends on the branches of trees to support its growth. Spanish moss is not parasitic and so it does not acquire any nutrients from the tree. However, trees t... Read More »