The Legend of the Spanish Moss There's an old, old legend, that's whispered by Southern folks, About the lacy Spanish moss that garlands the great oaks-- A lovely princess and her love, upon their wedding day, Were struck down by a savage foe amidst a bitter fray; United in death they were buried, so the legends go-- 'Neath an oak's strong, friendly arms, protected from their foe; There, as was the custom, they cut the bride's long hair with love, And hung its shining blackness on the
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Spanish moss is a great air plant or tillandsia. It's a plant with no roots! They take all their moisture and food through the leaves and can even digest dirt, making them great houseplants! (They thrive in my house...)
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Spanish moss is not a true moss but an epiphytic plant that grows on other plants but makes its own food. The plant has no aerial roots but grows thin, curved or curly scaled leaves that hang like a chain and form long structures of up to 6 meters long. Spanish moss propagates by seed or will continue to grow if a fragment of the plant breaks and is carried or blown into a tree or branch.
Spanischer moss schmückt auf dem großen baum. Spanischer moss schmückt auf dem großen baum nahe holzstuhl und tisch im garten
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