Moss is about the lowest maintenance lawn you can get. Because it doesn't have roots, seeds, fruits, or flowers, it doesn't need mowing or fertilizing. In wet, humid areas like the southeast, it doesn't need much watering, either. To make the most of your moss, you'll need neighboring shrubs and trees because it likes shade. For a pop of color, try adding Mimosa strigillosa––commonly known as powderpuff mimosa. The plant's pink pompoms are a bee haven. Near the beach? Perennial peanut thrives in sandy soils.