is similar to the Sphagnum
palustre present in
Australia and especially in New Zealand. It slightly differs from the
for a different cell morphology and for the tendency to develop more
ruffled leaves. This feature makes it more suitable for growing
plants which roots have to grow among the Sphagnum (for example
Orchids, Darlingtonia, Heliamphora and some Nepenthes).
The clones I sell is:
Sphagnum cristatum P41 - Probably New Zealand
In this blog you can find the identification card of the species, with the original images obtained by the microscopic analysis of the samples taken from the same plants you can buy here.