Another week of above-average temps are currently predicted, along with rain, for our area. That means everyone's grass will green up. But I've been enjoying brilliant color in the garden with the many patches of moss we have. Once the snow melts the moss is an eye-catching electric green.
It's growing in sun, in shade, on damp clay soil, on old grindstones and on rocks in the pond. The only downside is that the critters toss it around when they are looking for bugs. Then it's like a puzzle: putting the right pieces back in the empty muddy holes.