Sagina subulata (Irish Moss) is a wonderful plant and arguably one of the most beautiful ground covers.
Its seed however is so tiny it makes it really difficult to divide up and distribute into germination pods. Even the lightest breeze can blow these seeds away, I even had to be careful with my breathing.
One sneeze and game over.
After a questionably successful attempt to split seeds up into separate pots (I ended up with some pots with well over 20 seeds) I decided my next batch will be simply mixed through a seed raising mix and spread out in a germination tray. Once they pop out I might split them up and migrate into pots. Will see how that goes and will report back here on the blog.
Photo Update: 23 August 2017