Dutchlady1 said:I would think that is too wet; does it have proper drainage?
Shadegardener said:Did you use garden soil to fill your planter? If so, that can slow down proper drainage. You could try mixing some perlite in with the soil to create more air pockets.
Bonehead said:I let that native (? I assume) moss grow wherever it likes. It is soft, green, and helps choke out weeds. When it gets nasty looking (brown and dry), it is easy to just pluck up by the chunks, or rake through to break it up. I'm also becoming more tolerant of the dratted invasive buttercup (Ranunculus repens), often enjoying their cheery bloom comingled with my 'real' plants. Choose battles wisely.
sooby said:Just wondering, you have that planter under a roof overhang. Is it close enough that moisture drips/runs off the roof onto the planter? If so, you're not the only one that's watering it