I'd be happy to trade. There's so much of it growing in the woods that a little bit of pruning wouldn't put a dent in the population.
Very cool! Looks like you may have a never ending supply of sphagnum.
As long as it doesn't get plowed up and filled in, it should be safe for a long time. I think the property on the other side of the property line is all wetlands as well, so there shouldn't be anyone building houses around either anytime soon.
What county do you live in? I can find what species of Sphagnum are typically found within a 10 mile radius.
southern half of Tolland county
Bett, what would you accept in trade for some Sphagnum moss?
If you shake a rain stick, you get rain. I need a hamata stick.
Oh wow, that's a big list.