One of the most popular moss types is reindeer moss, otherwise known as deer moss or caribou moss. And rightfully so, as its fluffy texture and bright colours brighten up every space.
Reindeer moss is actually not even a moss, but a moss-like lichen, which is a symbiotic organism composed of algae and fungi. Fun fact: reindeer moss is technically edible, but please don't try to eat your preserved reindeer moss under any circumstances!
Reindeer moss is often the first to become dry and brittle if the conditions are not right, i.e. the humidity level is too low. But not too worry, as its also easy to remedy: If your reindeer moss wall art or reindeer moss backdrop looks a little thirsty, just place an air humidifier beneath or close to it for a few hours. And voilà, your fluffy green lichen looks as good as new!
Reindeer moss may actually get dry and soften up again from time to time, depending on the room's humidity. This does usually not cause any harm to the product.
So overall, moss wall art care is very easy in the case of reindeer moss. Just watch the humidity levels and give it a light dusting every once in a while, and you'll be fine.