Mountain Moss WINNERS

mossinannie(7)September 8, 2008

MOSS IS MOVING UP IN THE WORLD... GREAT NEWS I WANTED TO SHARE:

Moss Creations WIN at the 15th Annual NC Mountain State Fair!

Mossin' Annie's moss creations receive recognition and take "Best of Show" in the flower show competition at the 15th Annual NC Mountain State Fair. Moss nestled with other indigenous plants inside a hollow log has been selected by the judges for this top blue ribbon award over all the other incredibly beautiful flower and plant entries in this event. YES... moss actually took the top award. The same "mossy" log receives the second place "Judges Choice" award. Both the moss log and moss dish garden entries receive blue ribbons in their respective categories  Plant in an Unusual Container and Mixed Plants in a Container. Each moss creation included a diagram identifying the bryophytes used. The flower show at the Fair is sponsored annually by the Buncombe County Master Gardeners Volunteer program of the NC Cooperative Extension Service. The WNC Agricultural Center is located across from the Asheville Regional Airport in Fletcher, NC. Join Mossin' Annie in her quest to "Go Green With Moss."

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magnoliaroad(5)

Congratulations! Photos, please!

    Bookmark   September 8, 2008 at 11:14PM
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mossinannie(7)

Winning Moss Creation... BEST OF SHOW NC Mountain State Fair

Here is a link that might be useful:

    Bookmark   September 9, 2008 at 12:11AM
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terrestrial_man(9)

Very nice Annie! What are the mosses that you used?

    Bookmark   September 10, 2008 at 6:30PM
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