has anyone ever seen plain old club moss for sale?
davidrt28 (zone 7)
6 years ago
last modified: 6 years ago
I'm talking about Diphasiastrum digitatum, once known as Lycopodium. I remember seeing this plant in the woods of western Fairfax County when I was a kid and asking adults about it. Funny thing though, is in my adult life I've never spotted it again. I wonder if some environmental factor is making it less common? It's pretty cool looking I think, more primitive seeming than the somewhat related Selaginellas which are marketed.
UMN Plantfinder (aka Plant Information Online) doesn't find any sources.