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Scary Halloween tree moss

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Hi Folks,

I am thinking out loud here...I just added a couple of new pics...scary tree moss. Here in central FL its EVERYWHERE. It's all over my trees. I use it in my yard (for putting on cemetery scene fencing & tombstones) and inside (costume, curtains, etc.)...anything looks WAY better with moss on it on Halloween!

I was wondering it I put it large Ziploc plastic bags, if there are any Postal/UPS restrictions to shipping it out any interested Prop/Forum folks for free (just cover my postage). I see you can buy it all dried out and crumbly at online stores, so maybe it has to be old, dead and dried versus soft. Anyone know?

Bill
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Hi Folks,

I am thinking out loud here...I just added a couple of new pics...scary tree moss. Here in central FL its EVERYWHERE. It's all over my trees. I use it in my yard (for putting on cemetery scene fencing & tombstones) and inside (costume, curtains, etc.)...anything looks WAY better with moss on it on Halloween!

I was wondering it I put it large Ziploc plastic bags, if there are any Postal/UPS restrictions to shipping it out any interested Prop/Forum folks for free (just cover my...
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· Shadow box dancer
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Hi Folks,

I am thinking out loud here...I just added a couple of new pics...scary tree moss. Here in central FL its EVERYWHERE. It's all over my trees. I use it in my yard (for putting on cemetery scene fencing & tombstones) and inside (costume, curtains, etc.)...anything looks WAY better with moss on it on Halloween!

I was wondering it I put it large Ziploc plastic bags, if there are any Postal/UPS restrictions to shipping it out any interested Prop/Forum folks for free (just cover my postage). I see you can buy it all dried out and crumbly at online stores, so maybe it has to be old, dead and dried versus soft. Anyone know?

Bill
I would love to see the look on the persons face when they were inspecting that package!!!
 

· Bête noire
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A friend of mine in FL sent me a box of Spanish moss (that's whats all over your trees) a couple of years ago. It survived just fine during the trip to CA. I don't know if there are any agricultural restrictions on Spanish moss - it can be found occasionally out here, mostly in oak forests. It came from trees in an old Civil War cemetery. I use it for draping over my wooden cross grave markers; makes for a very old, neglected look. It looks much better than the store-bought, dried-out stuff. There was a double creep-factor about the moss - the postage on the box was $6.66!
 
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