Taxonomic Sections

In this category there are all our Sphagnum species, divided by taxonomic section.

Sphagnum auriculatum


The Sphagnum auriculatum is similar to the Sphagnum subsecundum from which differs for the larger size and a better adaptation to the growth on humid but not too marshy soil. If kept in..

Sphagnum platyphyllum


The Sphagnum platyphyllum is a species which plants are smaller than the other species. It grows in small peat bogs and temporary ponds at the base of the grasses stems. It tolerates well di..

Sphagnum fimbriatum


The Sphagnum fimbriatum is a species widespread in a large area covering the majority of northern Europe. The plants are characterized by slender structure, medium-big size capitula, wit..

Sphagnum girgensohnii


The Sphagnum girgensohnii is similar to Sphagnum fimbriatum, from which it differs, however, for a softer structure, smaller size and a more compact growth. If it grows with good atmosp..

Sphagnum fuscum


The Sphagnum fuscum is an extremely resistant species and particularly suitable for cultivation with sundews and other small plants. Although it grows quickly, it tends to compact without su..

Sphagnum angustifolium


The Sphagnum angustifolium spreads in the Northern Europe and it is characterized by great strength and fast growth. It develops very large, bushy and erect heads. It prefers strong ..

Showing 7 to 12 of 14 (3 Pages)