An entertaining and well organized book.
Schenk brings extraordinary depth and breadth to the subject of moss, but above all the reader is left with a sense of his love for this primitive plant form.
It can be done, but do yourself a favor and buy this book first so as to give yourself the best chance at success.
For anyone considering gardening with moss, this book is an exhaustive source of information you need to know to accomplish
it. Well-illustrated as well.
From physical presentation - the paper, the fonts, the photos - this is an amazing opportunity for anyone of botanical curiosity! This is a masterpiece!Published 16 months ago by Sandra L. Larsen
Once you get bitten by moss, your obsession can be all-consuming. Start here, with the tome of tomes written with witty style and humor. Already I sound like a moss nut. Read morePublished 17 months ago by E. Boeder
An entertaining and well organized book. I found it to be more of an admiration of moss and lichens than a definitive guide to collecting and growing them. Read morePublished 18 months ago by fatal_degree
Loved this book, but I found I needed to get info on how to do my own moss garden. This was not in it.Published 21 months ago by Juli Quezada
This book might also have been titled "Moss Love." Schenk brings extraordinary depth and breadth to the subject of moss, but above all the reader is left with a sense of his love... Read morePublished on December 31, 2010 by Kathleen G. Connolly