Acutifolia Section

Is the most varied section. Has a number of species far higher than the others. A very common feature in the species of this section is the ability to take red color, at least in some portions of the plant. The species of this Section are usually small and with numerous different growing requirements.

Sphagnum russowii


The Sphagnum russowii is similar to S. capillifolium, from which it differs for a larger size, a faster growth, and a higher tendency to grow in wet soil. Also in this species there is a..

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 capillifolium


The Sphagnum capillifolium is a species with great variability, characterized by small leaves, erect branches and a high tendency to assume a red pigmentation. The variety that I sell is..

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 subnitens


The Sphagnum subnitens differs from the other species of the Acutifolia Section because it has a much softer and spread structure that allows a greater capillarity, in a similar way to t..

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