Mossy Path - Jan Johnsen

In May I work outside in the landscapes I create for others. I will share pics with you as I take them.

Serenity in the Garden is my goal...that can mean meditative settings or flowerful displays, grassy gardens, rock strewn hillsides and more.

Here is a mossy path from one of my landscapes. The wood rounds are from a large tree that fell. We sliced it up in 4" thick slices and treated each with wood sealer 4 times...

This glorious garden is not on the Garden Conservancy tours so photos must suffice.  I will share more in time.



  1. I love the look of the moss and the tree trunk slices thank you for sharing the photo, I look forward to seeing the project developing. When the opportunity presents, I love using moss in a garden it has such a cooling and tranquilizing effect not only in the immediate environment but also on our every day hustled and bustled lives. I just can't resist incorporating it as often as possible.


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