|Latin Name :||Evernia prunastri|
|English Name :||Oakmoss|
|French Name :||Mousse de chêne|
|Origin :||Hungary, France|
History and Origin
Oak moss is a cross between a fungus and an alga. Despite its name, it doesn’t grow only at the feet of oak, but also at the feet of some other trees (ashes, willows, pines, etc.).