I don’t usually allow too much moss to grow around my Aerangis hyaloides plants. I am quite happy with this moss’s growth at the moment, but I might be tempted to remove the strand that’s growing over the left-hand-side of this picture – the stem of moss that’s growing over the crown of the orchid – the stem where there’s a new orchid leaf emerging. I would leave the other moss alone.

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