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My flower gardens are covered in moss. I did a PH test (thank you for the “how to” on your blog) and surprisingly they all came out in the 7.0 to 8.0 range. They are fairly shady areas, but they do get at least 4 hours of sun and they are not kept overly wet. Any ideas as what I should do to solve this problem?

I’m glad you pH is good but, as you see, moss can still grow in neutral soil.   I’d rough up the area and consider mulching the area between the plants.  You can tear brown paper leaf bag up and fit the pieces among the plants then cover the paper with a 2″ layer of cedar mulch.  This will smother the moss over time.

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