Edible usesThere are no edible uses listed for Lycopodium annotinum.
The plant has been mixed with clay and used to fill the gaps between logs in log cabins. The plant has been mixed with potting compost to act as a fertilizer and make plants growing in it healthier.There are no material uses listed for Lycopodium annotinum.
Medicinal uses(Warning!)There are no medicinal uses listed for Lycopodium annotinum.
Spores - best sown as soon as they are ripe on the surface of a humus-rich sterilized soil. Keep the compost moist, preferably by putting a plastic bag over the pot. Pot on small clumps of plantlets as soon as they are large enough to handle and keep humid until they are well established. Do not plant outside until the ferns are at least 2 years old and then only in a very well sheltered position. The spores are generally produced in abundance but are difficult to grow successfully. Layering of growing tips.
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Thrives in a rough spongy peat. Requires a humid atmosphere. Terrestrial members of this genus are hard to establish. The roots are delicate and liable to rot, most water being absorbed through the foliage. Members of this genus are rarely if ever troubled by browsing deer. Although looking more like a moss, this genus is closely related to the ferns.
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