Growing Irish Moss (sagina subulata) and Corsican Mint
My wonderful mother-in-law purchased a few corsican mint plants for me. They had told her that they were the same as Irish Moss which will grow fine in my zone 5 garden. However, corsican mint, I understand, grows in zones 7-10. Any suggestions on growing this mint. I had planned to place them as a mossy bed around a Japanese maple. Should I grow them in pots and bring them inside in winter, or provide some sort of winter protection? I have also bought some true Irish Moss (sagina subulata) to go in this shady "mossy" bed. Any suggestions on growing sagina subulata. I'm relatively new to gardening and would gladly receive any suggestions.